|Two Pyramid Purse Variations - the floral one includes a Candy Twist variation - the geometric one is larger without a decorative variation/|
|For the Candy Twist - assemble pre cut strips of fabric.|
|The two print variations become the centre of the twist effect.|
|The Candy Twist is sewn into the pink strips to "sandwich" the seams together.|
|Line up all the strips to be joined - you will need to squares for either side of the zip.|
|Stitch across one end of the inserted pleats in one direction.|
|The sew across the other end in the opposite direction so that the pleats must twist.|
|So, with either pyramid variation - when you insert the zipper - sew it fax down on the right side of the fabric.|
|Add the other side of the fabric square to the other side of the zipper.|
|And here is the zipper inserted in the main fabric.|
|Fuse on the pellon - to the wrong side of the main fabric - I cut the pellon shape smaller - so that it avoided the zip area.|
|This pink print fabric is the lining for this purse - attach it to the zipper - effectively 'sandwiching" the zipper between the main fabric and lining.|
|Here is the lining fabric pinned on top of the zipper.|
Sorry that my photos are incomplete - camera difficulties - however .......
When the lining is attached to either side of the zipper - the lining and the main fabric are treated as two separate pieces- you then have to sew them following the directions in the Feisty Stitcher Book. Here are a few links that may also help...
This one has a good photo of treating the bag and the lining separately - but she does add extra fabric for the zip ends - not completely necessaryhttp://ricochetandaway.blogspot.com.au/2011/12/pyramid-pouch-tutorial.html