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Reversible Beach Bag


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Are you ready to hit the beach but you need something to hold all of your necessary items? Well you should make this Beach Bag with easy-to-customize pockets on the inside and outside. The drawstring top closes up tight to keep your items safely inside. Learn how to insert grommets, sewing with vinyl, making a tube shape, making a sturdy base, making your own custom-sized pockets among other sewing techniques. This is a great organizer! When it is no longer beach season this bag makes a great project bag or laundry bag with a flat, sturdy bottom. Purchase this pattern today, download it immediately, make your beach bag this evening and head for the sand tomorrow! It's even reversible! With all these empty pockets there is plenty of room for water bottles, sunscreen, sunglasses, a book, flip-flops, etc. The main bag is holding a double wide beach towel in the photo. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should have already completed a sewing project prior to making this. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Base: 11 1/2" diameter circle, Height:17", width at top 17"; Outside pockets are 6 1/2" deep; Interior pockets measure 3 1/2" deep, Strap is 54" long

Supplies Needed

  • 1/2 yard Outside Material, 1 yard Lining Material, 3/4 yard contrasting fabric, 1/4 yard of vinyl or heavyweight fabric of your choice, 12" piece of plastic canvas
  • Double Fold Bias Quilt Binding, 3yd. Package. Extra Wide Double Fold Bias Tape, 3yd. Package, Grommet Kit: 10 Sets with Tools, 7/16", Brass. Hammer, Scissors or Rotary Cutter, Thread, Water Soluble Marker, You may want to have clips if using Vinyl for Top Band, Straight Pins, Ruler Triangle or T-Square or cutting mat with grid

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