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This bag is fully lined. It has a flat bottom so the bag sits nicely. The top can be folded down to sit open.
For beginners of any age, I've created these sewing instructions with 3 pages of easy to follow step by step instructions with diagrams & photographs; includes pattern piece to print and pin onto fabric to cut. This is a simple design to get you started!
Let your creativity take it from here! You can make changes to size (height and/or width) to fit different things, like for use as a gift bag for a wine bottle. Think: gift giving bags, storage bags, snack bags, party favors. They could be lined with Insul-Brite to keep things cold or hot. They could be decorated with stick-on or sew on appliques or buttons, fancy stitching, lace, etc. Use your imagination!
© Copyright 2010 Barbara J. Campbell Edmondson, all rights reserved. Copying or distributing this pattern is NOT permitted.
RESTRICTIONS—You may copy this pattern to reduce or enlarge, but for personal use only, not to give my pattern away. Please refer others to purchase their own. Thank you.
You may make bags from this pattern by yourself to sell at local craft fairs and to friends, but you may not mass produce or sell online on the internet. Please give credit to the pattern designer (Get Sewing with Barbara Edmondson).
Two coordinating fat quarters, (You may use two ¼ yard cuts instead of fat quarters.)
Matching polyester thread
1 yard ribbon, any width (ribbon looks better if it is the same on both sides).
Interfacing is optional, about ¼ yard. (Stiff interfacing would help it stand up more firmly.)
Optional trim—½ yard