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Just Jude Designs
Amazing! Free sewing pattern and full picture tutorial on how to make this cute mini-suitcase. My daughters love them and are happy to carry their own luggage when we go on vacation now. Highly recommended.
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Quilted mini suitcase FREE sewing pattern - Sew Modern Bags

In the bag-sewing world, there is sometimes a tendency for bags to look kinda similar. After all, how many ways can you make a bag? So when something totally different comes up, it’s like a breath of fresh air. Take this amazing mini suitcase for example – just how many free suitcase sewing tutorials have …

BINDER BAG!  Just looks like a purse but is a better way to carry your binder…
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Sew A Bento Box {Free Pattern}
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Sew a Bento Box • The Crafty Mummy

UPDATED: NOVEMBER 2020 I love this cute Bento box! This cute bento box used to link to a free pattern but sadly 9 years after I shared this original post, the pattern is no longer available. So instead I’ve been looking online for some PDF patterns you can download right now to sew a lunch...Read More »

How to Make a Pencil Case
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How to Make a Pencil Case - A Spoonful of Sugar

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Blog - Kid's Art Supplies Bag | Fabric Yard UK
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Online Fabric Shop UK : Modern Retro Cottons

Judith from Just Jude Designs has once again knocked it out of the park with this awesome tutorial for a 'Kids Art Supplies Backpack'. Shown here in Alexander Henry Spotted Owls Blue, she also made

Pouches for Fabric Yard
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Tutorials

The tutorials listed here as 'My Own' are exactly that! If there is any duplication to someone else's tutorial it is purely unintentional. You can also find more block tutorials on my Bee Blessed page here. My Tutorials: Easter Egg Pouches Carrot Cornets Baby Bibs Easter Bunny Bags Apache Tote Bag Christmas Placemats Keyfobs Christmas Apron Easy Baby Blanket Kids Art Supplies Backpack Nesting Boxes Holiday Coin Purse Non Slip Table Mat (16" x 16") Framed Purses (2.5" x 6") Pixilated Heart…

Flex Frame Pouches for Fabric Yard
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Tutorials

The tutorials listed here as 'My Own' are exactly that! If there is any duplication to someone else's tutorial it is purely unintentional. You can also find more block tutorials on my Bee Blessed page here. My Tutorials: Easter Egg Pouches Carrot Cornets Baby Bibs Easter Bunny Bags Apache Tote Bag Christmas Placemats Keyfobs Christmas Apron Easy Baby Blanket Kids Art Supplies Backpack Nesting Boxes Holiday Coin Purse Non Slip Table Mat (16" x 16") Framed Purses (2.5" x 6") Pixilated Heart…

Just Jude: Tutorials
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Tutorials

The tutorials listed here as 'My Own' are exactly that! If there is any duplication to someone else's tutorial it is purely unintentional. You can also find more block tutorials on my Bee Blessed page here. My Tutorials: Easter Egg Pouches Carrot Cornets Baby Bibs Easter Bunny Bags Apache Tote Bag Christmas Placemats Keyfobs Christmas Apron Easy Baby Blanket Kids Art Supplies Backpack Nesting Boxes Holiday Coin Purse Non Slip Table Mat (16" x 16") Framed Purses (2.5" x 6") Pixilated Heart…

Just Jude: Key Fobs Tutorial
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Key Fobs Tutorial

Keyfobs make for great wee gifts, for family and friends of all ages! And they are super easy to make too! Here's my tutorial on how to make them: You will need: 8" piece of 1.25" wide webbing (or recycle a canvas/fabric belt) 1.25" metal keyfob and ring (available from here) 8" x 2" piece of fabric (or use 1" wide ribbon) matching thread fabric glue small hammer jewelry pliers Method: 1. Press the long sides of the strip of fabric under (to wrong side) until you are happy with the finished…

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drawstring bag {a tutorial}

drawstring bag {a tutorial}

Hello, happy Monday to you all. As promised, I'm back with a tutorial for a drawstring bag. I love these bags, they're quick to make, don't use up too much fabric (just two fat quarters is all you need), and are a wonderful way to keep things organized. To read more on how and why I came up with these bags, you can click here. Enough talking, though. Let's start, shall we? Materials needed: 1 FQ main fabric for the exterior 1 FQ fabric for the lining 2" x 17" strip of solid fabric for the…

s.o.t.a.k handmade: pretty little coin pouch {a tutorial}

pretty little coin pouch {a tutorial}

I've been working on many pouches lately and I thought it would be fun to write a tutorial for one of them. A few days ago I needed a small pouch that I could attach to my keys and this is what I came up with. Pretty Little Coin Pouch When finished, this tiny pouch is 3 inches tall x 4 inches wide. Hanging loop on the side makes it very easy to attach it your keys to keep some spare change. Materials needed: Because of the small size of the pouch you can just go ahead and use some bigger…

Sew a hanging wall organizer.
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wall pocket organizer {a tutorial}

Sew a hanging wall organizer.

DIY Toaster Lunchbox {free sewing tutorial}
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DIY Toaster Shaped Lunchbox {free sewing tutorial} — SewCanShe | Free Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

Cadie has been asking me to sew her a new lunchbox for a while, and this one will never get stuck at the bottom of the school lost-and-found bucket because it has her name printed all over it!

Fat quarter lunch bag tutorial! Love this and the fabric choices!

Tutorial and a Giveaway!!!

Well hello cute people! I want to show you what I sewed a while back... bags... and lots of them! In fact... I went on quite ...