Stitch Up a Handy Project Bag

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Perfect for Quilting, Hand Sewing and Much More!

This well-designed bag began as a way for a young girl to store her drawing books and sketch pads. However, it works beautifully for quilting and sewing projects, as well as for many other uses (keep this in mind when you need a special gift!).

The interior has a zippered pouch, a mesh zippered pocket and elastic loops for scissors, pens and other odds and ends. The bottom of the bag has an elastic buckle strap to hold quilt blocks, rulers, books and more. Foam and other interfacings give the bag structure, while a large zipper allows it to open up flat.

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Select a beautiful fabric for the outside of the bag and compatible fabrics for the interior. Or, add a pieced block to one side to make the bag uniquely yours. You’ll find several beautiful examples to spark your creativity here.

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Bag from Sew Sweetly.

Amethyst Project Bag

Bag by Anna.

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Bag from Pat Sloan.

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Bag By Trina Peterson.

Amethyst Project Bag Pattern

Bag found on Pinterest.

The finished bag, designed by Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness, is 14” long x 13” high x 3” deep.

Click here to purchase the “Amethyst Project Bag” pattern.


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