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Craft Nappy or Bingo Bag

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Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

Are you always looking for a bag that takes all that stuff, but has lots of compartments so it doesn't get all mixed up? This is a very simple bag to make and has numerous uses. It could be used for craft, as a nappy bag or even as a Bingo bag. It's a nice size to carry around or to fit on your desk or table. I made this to take with me to craft workshops, as it's just the right size to take my scissors, some fat quarters of fabric, my sandwiches and a drink. I can also tuck my threads and pins into one of the pockets. Since making it, I have also used it to tidy away some of my makeup and hair paraphernalia. The finished bag measures (without handles): 4" x 7" x 6" / 10cm x 17.5cm x 15cm This tutorial is suitable for anyone with basic sewing skills, but you will need a little patience, as you are dealing with stiff interfacing. The tutorial prints of 6 sheets of paper. It is illustrated with fabric layout and cutting diagrams and stage-by-stage photos including tips. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Use of a sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The finished bag measures (without handles): 4" x 7" x 6" / 10cm x 17.5cm x 15cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Around a fat quarter of fusible interfacing of the stiffness you require (make sure it is going to stick properly!)
  • Three fat quarters of contrasting fabric (FQ assumed to be 21" x 17")
  • Matching sewing thread

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When I was six my parents bought me a tiny sewing machine for my birthday. I spent hours making things for my dolls and teddies using the off cuts of felt, odd buttons and wool my mother kept in an old battered white suitcase in her sewing room. Over the years I have dabbled in dress-making and various other crafts, but pattern designing appeals to the logical side as well as the creative side of me. The passion for crafting and creating has never left me and has now found an outlet as Craft Pixie!