Toy Bag Tutorial

The toy bag tutorial by Peek-a-Boo Pages is great for beginners and comes with see through panels, so you don't have to label your bags. -Sewtorial

 

Toy boxes are nice, but toy bags are even better! Keep your rooms clutter free with this drawstring carrier.  The toy bag tutorial by Peek-a-Boo Pages comes with see through panels, so you don’t have to label your bags.  Nice!

Supplies

    • bottom weight fabric
    • 12-18 gauge clear vinyl (I used 12 gauge and it’s great!)
    • fusible heavy interfacing (I used Pellon 808)
    • ribbon or twill tape
    • pins, scissors, etc

Here are the measurements for the three different sizes:

Small Bag:

cut two: 6″ x 12″ (bottom of bag) in fabric and interfacing
cut two: 5″ x 12″ (top of bag) in fabric
cut two: 4″ x 12″ in vinyl
cut two lengths of ribbon or twill tape both 30″ each
Medium Bag:

cut two: 8″ x 16″ (bottom of bag) in fabric and interfacing
cut two: 6″ x 16″ (top of bag) in fabric
cut two: 5″ x 16″ in vinyl
cut two lengths of ribbon or twill tape both 40″ each
Large Bag:

cut two: 10″ x 20″ (bottom of bag) in fabric and interfacing
cut two: 7″ x 20″ (top of bag) in fabric
cut two: 6″ x 20″ in vinyl
cut two lengths of ribbon or twill tape both 50″ each

Skill Level

Confident Beginner

 

 

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