Make a Pretty Patchwork Bag from Scraps

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This pretty patchwork bag is a great project for scraps. It closes with a drawstring and has an oval base for a smooth rounded shape.

It’s also great in any color theme and a lovely gift. Play with scraps and other goodies in your stash to create a pleasing combination.

Drawstring Bag Pattern

The designer recommends Vilene Thermolam 272 batting to give the bag structure. However, any dense non-draping fleece-type batting will work. Waxed cotton cord is used for the drawstring although any sturdy cord will do nicely.

Drawstring Bag Pattern

Drawstring Bag Pattern

Drawstring Bag Pattern

Drawstring Bag Pattern

The finished bag, designed by Tiina from Tikki London, is 9” W  x 8” H.

Click here to purchase the “Drawstring Bag” sewing pattern.


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