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Fabric Gift Bag Tutorial



Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.
Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.
Such a package will look much more effective than a normal gift bag, and if you sew it from a laminated fabric, you will get a great lunch pack that you can wash.

You will need:

     Cotton (two kinds)
     Thick hair elastic
     Holniten (4 pieces)
     Large button

 

Cut two pieces, front and back.

At the hair band, cut the tip and sew, as shown in the photo.

Stitch the sides of the front panel.


Then - the lining.


Attach the lining inside, so that both parts are the wrong sides outward, and stitch, leaving a small area unscrewed for eversion.


Turn out on the front side and manually sew the left hole with a hidden seam.

Thread the lining inside.
Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Secure the corners with holniten.
Sew a button.

Done!


Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.



Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.

Traditional-style Fabric Gift Bags Instructions DIY step-by-step tutorial.


15 comments:

  1. when you sew the bags together when they're inside out, how do you get them the right way, because i'm trying to understand but there is no way that you can get the bags with the right side on the outside if they're all sewed. i honestly don't understand, could you explain?

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    1. see the opening of on the gray lining. You pull it through there.

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    2. There is an opening in the gray lining. You sew them together with the "good sides" of each part touching each other. Sew all the way around the top, and then you pull the whole thing through itself in the hole in the gray lining, and it works

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  2. Lovely idea. What are the little things that you put in the corners?

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    1. Would really love an answer to this too.��

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    2. they are called grommets

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  3. love the bag, but what do you use to make the bags so stiff?

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    1. I've made similar bags using medium weight canvas for the outer layer it seems to work well.

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  4. At the bottom of the bag, at the seam of the bottom, on the sides, I prefer to make a square of 5 (or 6 or ...) but a square rather than a rectangle, so the seam just falls opposite the Iron folding and the stitch is sharper..the cut also.

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  6. This is an excellent litter bag for the car!

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  7. Merci beaucoup je vais en faire pour mes invités à Noël ils seront ravis grâce à vous.merci merci

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  8. Such a great idea! I am also going to try with heavier wrapping paper and a glue gun for Christmas presents!

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