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How To Make a Reusable Sandwich Bag with button closure

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How To Make a Reusable Sandwich Bag with button closure

By JOANN

ITEM # 22017376P126

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 1/4yd grey linen
  • 1/4yd grey ripstop for lining
  • 2 buttons
  • 1yd cording
  • Basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:

    Note: 1/2" seam allowance throughout.
  1. Cut one pattern from linen and one from grey ripstop.
  2. With RST, fold bottom up to 1 1/2" from top flap where marked on pattern.
  3. Stitch along each side starting 1/2" from top edge.
  4. Box the bottom of bag by folding bottom to side seam and stitch across 1".
  5. Turn and press.
  6. Do the same with the lining but leave an opening on one side for turning.
  7. Place lining over main bag with right sides together.
  8. Stitch across front and flap.
  9. Turn through the opening in lining and press, being careful not to touch hot iron to lining.
  10. Stitch opening in lining.
  11. Top stitch around top edge.
  12. Fold flap to front and mark for button placement.
  13. Wrap cording around buttons.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

    Note: 1/2" seam allowance throughout.
  1. Cut one pattern from linen and one from grey ripstop.
  2. With RST, fold bottom up to 1 1/2" from top flap where marked on pattern.
  3. Stitch along each side starting 1/2" from top edge.
  4. Box the bottom of bag by folding bottom to side seam and stitch across 1".
  5. Turn and press.
  6. Do the same with the lining but leave an opening on one side for turning.
  7. Place lining over main bag with right sides together.
  8. Stitch across front and flap.
  9. Turn through the opening in lining and press, being careful not to touch hot iron to lining.
  10. Stitch opening in lining.
  11. Top stitch around top edge.
  12. Fold flap to front and mark for button placement.
  13. Wrap cording around buttons.