Sometimes I buy fabrics that I love, but have no idea what I’m going to do with them. Lately I have been trying my best to use things that have been sitting in my sewing room too long (more on that goal later). So for this bag I used two beautiful prints I was saving and it turned out lovely and perfect!
I designed this bag to be quilted and bound like an actual quilt, but has all the functionality of a regular zipper bag. So it is a great project if you want to practice some basic quilting skills.
Piece Measurements: Bag Back – Outer | Lining | Batting 9 x 8 inches Bag Front Upper – Outer | Lining | Batting 9 x 2 inches Bag Front Lower – Outer | Lining | Batting 9 x 6 inches Binding 2 1/4 inches x Width of Fabric Other Supplies: 9 inch zipper & coordinating thread
I chose to use white flannel as my batting, mostly because I have tons of it and it’s easy to work with but use whatever you have available. Once your pieces are all cut out follow my step-by-step video tutorial to but your bag together.
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I hope you all have a lovely week and until next Wednesday, Happy Sewing!