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ww Sandy's Packable Project Bags

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Do not use a small stitch on this: you want the seams to stay strong, and too much perforation will weaken it. These can last for years. You need to already know how to bind and miter corners.

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Pam Sews made ww Sandy's Packable Project Bags with:

ww Sandy's Packable Project Bag

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ww Sandy's Packable Project Bag

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  • clear vinyl (12 gauge is good)
  • bias binding
  • clips or clothespins

Project Description

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Do not use a small stitch on this: you want the seams to stay strong, and too much perforation will weaken it. These can last for years. You need to already know how to bind and miter corners.

Q&A with Pam Sews

Karen Ruehling asked:
I like your project - can think of many things to use it for. What kind of plastic did you use? A certain gauge or what? Great job.
Pam Sews answered:
good question....had to dig out receipt! We used 12 gauge clear vinyl, ours was from JoAnns. Another member used a lighter gauge vinyl from WalMart which was clear with a white lace pattern on it. You have to stitch through 3 layers at the bottom part, plus binding, so this is as heavy as I would go. Don't forget to use a larger stitch (2.5 or so) so that you won't perforate it so much it tears. One we have has lasted for years...

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