Make a Tiny Bag That’s Just Right for Essentials

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It Makes a Fun Gift, Too!

This darling little bag is super cute and surprisingly useful. It’s large enough for your phone, keys, cards and more. Or stow small sewing supplies in yours and throw the bag into a larger one when you head to quilt group.

It makes lovely gifts, too. Fill a bag with a special treat and enjoy the smiles when the gift is opened.

Tiny Bag Tutorial

The bag has pockets inside and out, and it closes with a zipper that’s easy to install.

Tiny Bag Tutorial

This is a super quick project and great for scraps. Start with two fat quarters and scraps, then use Soft and Stable interfacing or fusible fleece to give it structure.

Tiny Bag Tutorial

Once completed, the tiny bag fromĀ Sew She Can is about 5 1/2” tall x 8” wide (not including the handles).

Click here for the free “Tiny Bag” tutorial.


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