hey, great tutorial! and adorable bag its soo cute! I want it
but when you've put the lining into the outer fabric and you turn it inside out won't the lining become the outside?
sorry if i sound completely clueless
I thought the same thing.
When you put the lining into the outer fabric, you're putting them right-sides together so that you have a neat seam. When you pull it all through the hole in the lining, you will now have right sides out, where they belong. The magical part is that you then push the lining into the outer piece, so that you have doubled up fabric, with wrong sides together, and everything is where it should be! Just remember, remember, remember to make sure you have the right sides together when you attach the two pieces. If you don't you WILL end up with a partially inside-out bag.
Other people have said this, and I have to jump in and agree: do NOT try to think this project through too much. What looks impossible in print becomes very obvious when you're actually holding the pieces in your hands. Good luck!