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We made this simple drawstring bag to hold colorful felt jelly bean bags, but it can be used for a wide range of things. A custom gift wrap alternative, a travel bag, a knitting project bag and the list goes on and on. It sews up in less than an hour and works with any kind of fabric. A perfect use for those fabric scraps you've been wondering what to do with.

We made this simple drawstring bag to hold colorful felt jelly bean bags, but it can be used for a wide range of things. A custom gift wrap alternative, a travel bag, a knitting project bag and the list goes on and on. It sews up in less than an hour and works with any kind of fabric. A perfect use for those fabric scraps you've been wondering what to do with.

I am thinking of sizing down this bag proportionate to my little girl :)  A bag to match her birthday dress!

Sew This Fun DIY Fat Quarter Bag

I am thinking of sizing down this bag proportionate to my little girl :) A bag to match her birthday dress!

Have now made 3 of these, one for myself and one for each daughter-in-law. They were very simple and mine looks so much nicer in my pantry than just a plastic bag full of plastic bags!

Plastic Bag Holder Tutorial

Have now made 3 of these, one for myself and one for each daughter-in-law. They were very simple and mine looks so much nicer in my pantry than just a plastic bag full of plastic bags!

Plastic Bag Organizer How-To  Fold dish towel in half lengthwise, wrong side out; pin along the edge that's opposite the fold. Pin twill-tape ends to one open end to form hanger.    Sew a seam 7 inches from the folded edge to make a tube. Stitch twill tape in place.     (in photo: 1. Twill tape hanger, 2. Folded edge, 3. New seam)    Thread elastic through the towel's existing hem: Snip one small slit in the towel's hem. Flip tube over and repeat, making a second slit. Tie a large knot at…

Pretty Plastic Bag Organizer

Plastic Bag Organizer How-To Fold dish towel in half lengthwise, wrong side out; pin along the edge that's opposite the fold. Pin twill-tape ends to one open end to form hanger. Sew a seam 7 inches from the folded edge to make a tube. Stitch twill tape in place. (in photo: 1. Twill tape hanger, 2. Folded edge, 3. New seam) Thread elastic through the towel's existing hem: Snip one small slit in the towel's hem. Flip tube over and repeat, making a second slit. Tie a large knot at…

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