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Clothespin Bag Pattern plus Plastic Bag Keeper and Drawstring Gift Bag ... Immediate download available.
This listing is for the instructions to make these 3 types of bags: clothespin bag, plastic bag keeper, and a drawstring gift bag.
Here is my Clothespin Bag that is a little different, no hanger! The wind won't blow this one off the line and you won't have to pick up all your clothespins.
You can also use this bag inside in your laundry room, bathroom or even in a closet, how about the baby's room. You can hang it from your metal shelving. It's not just for clothespins. Fill it with other things to keep close at hand. It's perfect for holding hair scrunchies, baby socks, small softies or other items, stuff it with reusable plastic shopping bags. Don't have metal shelving? You can also hang it on a hanger.
This clothespin bag can be made using buttons or magnetic snaps to hold it on the line.
The instructions are written for a bag that measures 9.5" x 9.5". It can hold about 75 pins. It is fully lined, which makes it very sturdy, with no raw edges to unravel. The opening has a bias tape trim. Instructions are included for making your bag with magnetic snaps or a button hole and button. The sides are tucked in at the top giving it a brown lunch bag appearance.
This is a great way to help reduce your footprint on the earth, to help reduce your utility bills, to get some fresh air and sunshine, and to prolong the life of your clothing. Sunshine can actually help whiten your whites too.
The Plastic Bag Keeper is an unlined bag with elastic at the top and bottom and a loop hanger. You can keep your plastic bags in it or fill it with cleaning rags. It measures about 10"h and is about 18" around.
The Drawstring Gift Bag is also an unlined bag. It is of a simple design and can be made most any size. You can use it as a gift bag, a storage bag, shoe bag, the possibilities are endless.
These are quick and easy patterns to sew, although basic experience on a sewing machine is needed. These tutorials are well-written with clear pictures of almost every step. However, if you have any questions I am available via email, and I do respond quickly.
The tutorial is in a pdf format and available for immediate download.
Please see all my tutorials at http://sundaygirldesigns.etsy.com
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