This beautiful fabric envelope is so easy to make, and can be made in any size you want. Small ones are perfect for gift cards and money, larger ones for special handmade cards, and larger still for protecting your tablet, jewelry, or other items, or for wrapping flat gifts.
Choose pretty fabric from your stash, one for the outside and a second for the inside, and matching ribbon or a button for securing the envelope. The size of your envelope depends on the size of the fabric squares you start with.
Laura from Sew Very Easy shows you step by step how to make your own fabric envelope in the video below. It’s a fun and easy project that you can have finished up quickly.
Click here to watch the video on YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.
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