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Clutch bag

Clutch bag

1. Use any proportion (bag 2. Bind edge of flap, adding


shown is 10-1/2 inches by 6- three button loops. Sew side
1/2 inches). Cut flap area no seams to make a pouch.
wider than finished bag width.

3. Box
the
bottom
corners.

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Drawstring bag

Drawstring bag

Use a reversible fabric or line the cuff. The bag can be any
size; the diagrams show the dimensions of the sample in the
photo.

1. Cut a round piece for the bottom of the bag. Cut 2 rectangles for
the body of the bag, making the width of each approximately
equal to the circumference of the bottom. Sew the sides together
as shown: clip the seam allowance at the bottom of the casing,
leave the seams open in the casing area, and sew with the wrong
sides together for the cuff area.

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Drawstring bag

2. Turn the body right side out, fold down the cuff, and stitch the
casing. Gather the bottom edge.

3. Sew the body onto the bottom.

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Drawstring bag

4. Turn the bag right side out. Beginning at one side seam, thread
a drawstring through the casing to the opposite side seam, then
back to the starting side seam. Repeat with a second drawstring,
inserting it first at the opposite side seam.

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Pleated pouch bag

Pleated pouch bag

1. Make a sack (any proportion;


bags shown, clockwise from
top, are 16 inches by 12 inches,
9 inches by 7 inches, 5 inches
by 5 inches).

2. Box
the
bottom
corners.

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Pleated pouch bag

3. Turn right side out. Pleat the


top at the sides or in the
middle; whipstitch to secure
the pleats.

4. Hand-sew a flap to back of


bag; add a small button loop
closure. Or stitch a
“waistband” to top of bag;
cover seam with contrasting
bias; then sew a long bias loop
to inside of one pleat, a button
to opposite outside.

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