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Fat Quarter Bags

Gift Idea: Fat Quarter Bag

December 22, 2011 Sarah Coggins

With a couple of fat quarters and coordinating ribbons, I made these cute bags for my nieces by following a tutorial at Make & Takes. They turned out so cute I almost wanted to keep them for myself! They are large enough to use for a bag to tote dolls and other treasures, or as a purse.

Fat Quarter Bags

Supplies: Heather Bailey fabrics; Coats & Clark thread; grosgrain ribbon.

1 Comment

  • Bonnie December 22, 2011 at 1:57 pm
    Wow, I can't believe how far behind on my blog reading! I'm glad you found Calicat. Hopefully she won't try to escape again. I love the picture of Dylan helping you bake cookies. He's such a sweet boy. These little bags are so perfect for the girls. SU has some pretty fat quarters available. Maybe I need to do a little sewing. So many projects, so little time. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
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