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Thread: Looking for small envelope style bag pattern

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    Senior Member Chester the bunny's Avatar
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    Looking for small envelope style bag pattern

    I received this bag many years ago and would like to make a couple but I cannot figure out how it goes together. It looks to be a square piece of fabric, this one was lined and it is folded and sewn together. There is the "envelope" on the front and on the back and the bag itself with a drawstring. I'm afraid if I take it apart, I'll never be able to figure out how to put it back together. Has anyone ever seen a pattern like this that I could buy?
    Thanks everyone

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    I think I saw something like that online somewhere awhile ago but have no idea where. It sounds really cute so I hope someone can help you find it. Sorry I'm no help.

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    Here's a picture, I couldn't get it to load till I realized it was huge.
    Hope this works....
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    http://www.hookedonneedles.com/2009/...th-fabric.html

    I did a search and this is what I found. Looks like a great project!
    Have a happy day,

    Fran

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    FranW!!! That's it!
    You are fabulous. Thank you so much.
    This board is the greatest.

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    Looks like a cute bag.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FranW View Post
    http://www.hookedonneedles.com/2009/...th-fabric.html

    I did a search and this is what I found. Looks like a great project!
    This looks so cute and easy, thanks!
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    The quiltinggourmet.com has a tutorial on this. They are fun and easy to make.
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    Thank you so much Deb, the tutorial is on you tube here for anyone who is interested
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eijJQeA0-Kg

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    that is fantastic idea, i will make for gifts, thank u for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester the bunny View Post
    Here's a picture, I couldn't get it to load till I realized it was huge.
    Hope this works....
    It looks like a square with points folded to center and on the top the put a casing with the draw string. You could make it any size depending on how big you cut the square. For the lining you would just sew it to square and flip right sides out so that the seam is inside.
    Judy

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