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It's In The Bag: 10 DIY BAGS TO SEW

Posted by  ·  September 19, 2014  ·  Last Updated: September 19, 2014

Sew a cute useful bag for your next project, here are 10 BAGS TO SEW you will want to put on your list! I love a good sewing tutorial and I love making cute functional bags! These tutorials all make unique and useful bags you will love making, using or giving away! If you are looking to learn to sew check out my teaching kids to sew series, it is helpful for even beginning sewers!

diy bags to sew

DIY No Sew Tote Bag by Homey Oh My and DIY Textured Leather Clutch By Gina Michele

no sew tote

 

See through Zipper Pouches and DIY Mani Pedi Kit Bag by Positively Splendid

purse pouches

 

DIY Iphone Wallet  BY Dream Crafter and DIY Jewlery Bag by Haberdashery Fun

iphone case

DIY T- Shirt Bag and DIY Drawstring backpack by Skip to my Lou

drawstring bag

Reversible Tote Bag  and Pleated Pouch by Skip to my Lou

reversible tote

 

 

 

 

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  1. Nicole Kunz
    Friday, November 16th, 2018
    Hi, thank you for sharing free sewing patterns on your website. I stumbled across your site while searching for some tasty bake sale recipes. I have been awake all night baking for my daughter's school today. Therefore, I may not be asking my next question, if I wasn't completely sleep deprived and fading fast. :) However, I have been searching for a sewing pattern for a lotion bolster for massage therapists. I was wondering if you happened to have a pattern for this, or know where I may locate one? I am willing to purchase the pattern so I can make holiday bolsters for all my friends at massage school. I am pretty sure I could figure it out with some trial and error, but it would be so much easier with a pattern.
    Once again, I have been enjoying your website. Keep up the great work!