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Coupon Organizer Bag

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Author RebeccaMaeDesigns
Price $8.00
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by M. Ruggiero
on August 9th, 2013

“Made my first one the other day and it came out great! Looking forward to making one for myself now too! Thanks!”

A few months ago I began couponing (again), so I set off to the store for an organizer. I was shocked when after the forth or fifth (maybe even sixth) store I turned up empty-handed! I couldn't find one anywhere, and enough was enough. That's where the inspiration came from for this coupon organizer. And I must say I threw in all the bells and whistles.

2" of space for coupons!
a front pocket for grocery list, store cards and TODAY's coupons!
a back pocket for checkbook and calculator!
a pen holder!
a clasp for keys and store cards!
it even hangs on the seat of your shopping cart!
Sweet!

Your friends will be begging for one (mine are!)

The PDF contains the tutorial and sewing intructions to make this Coupon Organizer. Complete, step-by-step, easy-to-read instructions with color photos are included.

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2012 by Sherri Noel
For home sewing - do not distribute or copy this pattern. You may sell items made from this pattern, with credit given to RebeccaMaeDesigns.

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1/2 yard bag fabric A
1/2 yard lining fabric B
1/2 yard batting
6’’ of 1/4” wide elastic
2.5” of 1” ribbon
1 swivel clasp
1 flat button
notions
sewing machine
rotary cutter and mat

Finished bag measures aprox 8.5"W x 6"H

by M. Ruggiero
on August 9th, 2013

Made my first one the other day and it came out great! Looking forward to making one for myself now too! Thanks!

by Baker, Carolyn
on June 25th, 2013

I have made several of these for myself and friends and really liked how they turned out.

by A. Godfrey
on February 27th, 2013

This bag turned out so cute. I thought the directions were pretty easy to follow, but there were a few grammar issues that required very close examination to understand the step. Commas in the right places would solve a lot of misunderstandings. Everyone I've showed it to thought that I bought mine at the Vera Bradley store and I've had many requests to make more.

by Hartley, Lavannia
on December 18th, 2012

Very nicely written pattern. I finished mine and put my index cards/coupons in and I'm off to the store. Thanks for a great pattern

by Gilbert , Mia
on October 2nd, 2012

I am a novice, but had difficulty following the directions. I did get the general idea and was able to finish the bag though. Very cute bag, very clever design and very useful!

by van Waardenburg, Lori
on August 29th, 2012

All in all the finished bag came out okay. For my next one I will make several changes to the directions. Pattern was clear and flowed nicely.

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