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Textured Ruffle Bag

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Textured Ruffle Bag

"Make this small ruffled bag in an evening. Start with fabric scraps (I used scrap binding pieces from previous quilts), and create a fun ruffled design with perfect placement thanks to the aid of the Seamingly Accurate Seam Guide. From start to finish this project can easily be created in an evening and would be a fun activity to involve the kids. The bag can be any size, though, shown it measures roughly 5" x 6"."

Make this bag using fabric scraps to create ruffles or simply skip the ruffle step and apply the trim of your choice. This is a fast, fun zippered bag for all sorts of storage and organizing.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Materials List

  • Fabric scraps 2-1/2" x length
  • Two larger rectangles at least 9" x 12" OR a fat quarter
  • Batting at least 9" x 12"
  • 12" zipper

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