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Thread: car trash bag tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Quote Originally Posted by Judie
    Made a trash bag for my car yesterday.. . today it has trash in it!! I knew I needed one as soon as I came across the posting.. Thanks Sue!
    Did you interfacing in your bag? Do you think the fussible fleece pellon 987 is heavy enough for this? I don't have any upholstery fabric to make it.
    I just used a medium wieght drapery fabric..if you used cotton quilting fabric you could just line it with muslin maybe...
    I thnk it is a neat gift for a GUY..they are so hard to make things for too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Quote Originally Posted by Judie
    Made a trash bag for my car yesterday.. . today it has trash in it!! I knew I needed one as soon as I came across the posting.. Thanks Sue!
    Did you interfacing in your bag? Do you think the fussible fleece pellon 987 is heavy enough for this? I don't have any upholstery fabric to make it.
    I just used a medium wieght drapery fabric..if you used cotton quilting fabric you could just line it with muslin maybe...
    I thnk it is a neat gift for a GUY..they are so hard to make things for too

    I am going to make my husband one and a few other guys. I already had that in mind. Yes I was going to use the cotton fabric. When you made yours with the drapery fabric did you line it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Quote Originally Posted by Judie
    Made a trash bag for my car yesterday.. . today it has trash in it!! I knew I needed one as soon as I came across the posting.. Thanks Sue!
    Did you interfacing in your bag? Do you think the fussible fleece pellon 987 is heavy enough for this? I don't have any upholstery fabric to make it.
    I just used a medium wieght drapery fabric..if you used cotton quilting fabric you could just line it with muslin maybe...
    I thnk it is a neat gift for a GUY..they are so hard to make things for too

    I am going to make my husband one and a few other guys. I already had that in mind. Yes I was going to use the cotton fabric. When you made yours with the drapery fabric did you line it?
    No I didn't line it..I just zig zagged the edges on the inside seams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judie
    Made a trash bag for my car yesterday.. . today it has trash in it!! I knew I needed one as soon as I came across the posting.. Thanks Sue!
    Welcome! Really make good gifts for the guys too

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    Great idea. My daughter needs this a lot. Maybe I will make her two......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    http://www.makeit-loveit.com/2009/04/trash-bag.html

    I have made many of these and getting ready to do a few more so I thought I'd share this link..they are so easy and fast...I used the slats from mini blinds instead of boning...could use the metal tape measure also
    I was getting ready to make more of these and thought many might be interested who did not see this before

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    I made this a few months ago and really love the pattern. Its quick and easy and they really do make great gifts. I actually took an idea from a differant pattern and used a plastic shopping bag to line the inside. I just cut the plastic bag out the same size as the pattern pieces and sewed them both at the same time. This way my kids can dump anything in it and its washable!

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