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Reversible Drawstring Bag Tutorial

How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial


How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial



You can carry your cosmetics there, you can carry your everyday usable items, even fruits – literary everything can be carried by this bag. You can adjust the sizing and it may very well serve you as a backpack. And above all that it is a reversible bag, what else can we anticipate from a single tutorial.











How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial

How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial

How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial




How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial

How to Make a Reversible Drawstring Bag. DIY Pattern & Tutorial





13 comments:

  1. Simply beautiful

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  3. Amei,obrigada por compartilhar.bjs

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  4. Great picture tutorial

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  5. my measurements seems to be so much bigger then yours but I did it the same . by 5 by 8 rectangle that you cut out seems so big compared to yours . help .

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    1. it's probably cause you did the measurements on inches instead of cm

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    2. Mine is also the same as Jeanette, and I measured in cm's. Very big. I have cut it down to 5 cm. It folds down perfectly. It was not even with 8 cm. Looked very awkward. Thankyou for the pattern... Still helped me a lot. xx

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  6. Thank you so much for all you give us. I like your bags;
    I m looking fo a backpack; Do you have a Tutorial?
    Congratulations

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  7. Hi. Like it. Will try it. What is that gadget you pulled the cord through?

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  8. Great pattern. Unlike previous commentators, I am thinking I want to "size up" my next one. I just wish there had been some written instructions to go along with the pictures - I had to really play around with the part where you sew the two big parts together. I finally realized that you had to leave a hole in order to turn it outside in, then hand stitch that bit on the inside. Thanks!

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    1. Yea. Glad I'm not the only one. I sew all the time and that was very confusing. So let me get this straight. You left both cut out areas open, turned and then sewed by hand. Seems like there would be a better way to sew this bag but I can't think of any other way either.

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  9. Question. I love this bad but in pics 2 & 5 it does not show what to do with the 90 degree angle that is cut out. I see where so you sewed across the bottom but it's confusing as to exactly where. If
    you sew straight across the bottom then what happens to the the cut out area? I sew a lot and but just don't get how you sewed to bottom.

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