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*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : *Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes
*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes
*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes
*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes
*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes
*Reusable snack bag ~ 3 different sizes

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing with velcro
  • Sewing over pins in fabric

Pattern Description:

Not your typical snack bag pattern.

After using reusable snack bags for the last couple of years I came up with a redesign that allows you to see what and how much of the snack is in the bag. This bag also has a stand up bottom making filling the bag super easy. Top is velcro closure and has a water resistant interior.

The design has no raw edges inside the bag - so crumbs won't get caught and bags can be thrown into the wash and dryer.

With this pattern you can make as many as you need in the sizes you need.

The PDF pattern includes 3 sizes:

Small 6"W x 4"H
Medium 6" W x 5"H
Large 7"W x 6"H

* Pattern includes detailed Step by Step directions with photos
* This pattern is to be printed out with no page scaling (at 100%)
* All seam allowances have already been included within the pattern
* This pattern is to be printed on Letter sized paper which means you may have to tape together some of the pattern pieces.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small 6"W x 4"H
  • Medium 6" W x 5"H
  • Large 7"W x 6"H

Materials:

  • Medium - to light weight cottons recommended
  • velcro
  • sport vinyl or rip stop vinyl
  • clear vinyl

You Will Also Need:

  • coordinating thread
  • printer
  • iron
  • tape
  • pins


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$5.00

Novice
Sewing
Accessory
Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby
Bag
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About the designer

My first project was sewing an outfit for barbie with the help of my mom and a sewing machine! I was 5!

Both my grandmothers were seamstresses, so I guess it runs in my blood.

I have always had ...

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