Notions Fabric Dish for Bionic Gear Bag

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Notions Fabric Dish for Bionic Gear Bag Pattern


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little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

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This is the pattern for the accessory little fabric dish *only*.

The pattern for the Bionic Gear Bag is available separately here on Craftsy.

This is the pattern for fabric dish that was not included with the bag pattern. I use this to hold Clover brand Wonder Clips in my Bionic Gear Bag. A video on shows this little dish in action and how useful it is when snapped in with magnetic purse snaps.

These little fabric dishes are nice to have for multiple purposes around your sewing room and even in the rest of the house!

Soft, won't scratch your sewing machine, or bang up your hands when reaching for small objects. Great for an entryway... for throwing keys and avoiding furniture scratches.

This is a great project for a beginner. Additional pictures and videos are on the site above.

The instructions also include how to modify the sizes to be useful as a microwave bowl potholder (it goes in the microwave with your bowl, and you then can grab the corners to remove your hot food without having to handle the hot bowl!)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approx 4" x 4" x 1.5"


  • 2 - 6" squares of quilting cotton
  • 1 - 6" square of lightweight batting
  • 2 magnetic snaps (if being used for Bionic Gear Bag)

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine

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Learned to knit & sew when I was 7 or 8 from my uber-spectacular creative Mom. The greatest joy now is watching my 8 year old granddaughter enjoy artsy/fartsy & sewing crafts.

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