SALE Coupon Organizer Bag

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SALE Coupon Organizer Bag Pattern


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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sew 1/4" seam

Pattern Description:

A few months ago I began couponing (again), so I set off to the store for an organizer. I was shocked when after the forth or fifth (maybe even sixth) store I turned up empty handed! This was no laughing matter... I couldn't find one anywhere. So, after months of using a letter envelope (ya, an envelope), enough was enough.

That's where the inspiration came from for this coupon organizer. And I must say I threw in all the bells and whistles.

2" of space for coupons!
a front pocket for grocery list, store cards and TODAY's coupons!
a back pocket for checkbook and calculator!
a pen holder!
a clasp for keys and store cards!
it even hangs on the seat of your shopping cart!

Your friends will be begging for one (mine are! lol)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • aprox 8.5"w x 6"h


  • 1/2 yard fabric A
  • 1/2 yard fabric B
  • 1/2 yard batting
  • 6" of 1/4" wide elastic
  • 2.5" or 1" wide ribbon
  • 1 button

You Will Also Need:

  • notions, thread, pins
  • sewing machine
  • rotary cutter and mat
  • manila card guides 8" x 5" 1/3 cut

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sherri Noel
East Coast, Massachusetts
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I have been sewing for most of my life. Lucky for me, my mother owned a sewing machine and I started altering my own clothes as a teenager. When I graduated, my parents bought me my own sewing machine and I caught the quilting 'bug'. With two very talented grandmothers before me who held such talents as knitting, sewing and painting, as well as grandfathers who were master craftsmen it's no ...

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