I am back with another beginner-friendly sewing project. This drawstring bag is a great staple pattern to have in your sewing arsenal. It is so versatile.
This pattern can be adapted to any size you need. It is great to be used as a reuseable gift bag, candy bag, gym bag even a mask bag. I keep one in my car to keep clean masks in and another for dirty masks.
Find out how to create this multi-purpose bag in my step by step tutorial here:
It’s me, again! Twice in one day! I’ve got a busy weekend ahead, so I thought I would go ahead and post this easy tutorial for you just in case you wanted to squeeze one in over the weeknd.
All you need to make this DIY backpack is 2 pieces of rope each about 72″ long, 2 pieces of fabric cut to 16 x 18 (you can really make it any size you want), and 1 piece of fabric 2″ x 6″.
You can make one of these cuties in about 30 minutes. They are great last minute gift ideas for kids, great for taking to camp or summer activities. I think using the Cricut EasyPress to further personalize them would be such an awesome idea!
I had so much fun sewing this cute little bunny bag. I needed something easy and fun to put a ittle Easter Gift for Evie in. I made this fully lined draw string bag out of two fat quarters of fabric. I used my Cricut Maker to cut the felt bunny which I had lined with Heat n Bond Ultra. Then I used the Cricut Easy Press to apply the bunny to the bag.
I added a little hot glue to the Pom Pom I made with this pom pom maker and added it to her little bum.
Sometimes the wrapping is as fun as the gift! I hope to have a tutorial on this soon.
What are some of your favorite ways to wrap gifts?
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