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An easy sack for those dance shoes, bits and pieces.


Material

  • 2 20 x 30cm pieces of cotton material
  • 1 65cm of coloured cord
  • 1 Sewing machine and thread

Method

  1. Pin the two pieces of material together (right sides facing each other). Sew together two long sides and bottom edge.
  2. Fold down top edge twice (inwards). Sew all the way around leaving a two cm gab to insert cord at the corner.
  3. Thread cord through and fasten with a knot.
  4. Turn inside out and iron.

Notes

Double the size for a groovy library bag




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  • haldem337
    • 31 Mar 2014
      8:11 pm

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  • could be used for so many things. well done.

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  • This would be great as a library bag too


    • Your shoes would keep nice and clean in this bag

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  • A great idea to pop your ballet shoes,thanks!

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  • Bag for storing anything. Great idea for keeping things organised. Thank you.

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  • To go with the leg warmers just gorgeous

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  • A great, basic project for beginners. Thanks!

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  • I made one of these bags for each of my kids. They use them for anything and everything. I’m just glad that they are washable.

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  • Very well done! This is great!!!

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  • And I could match it to the library bag Thanks for sharing!


    • Matching it sounds good. Kids would love that.

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  • Mum would really like this.

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  • what a cute idea. this would also be handy for other little things as well

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  • Thanks again; found some pretty butterfly fabric and going to make my own bag. :)

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  • this is a great bag for many things

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  • Thanks for sharing this easy to make bag. It looks useful for lots of different purposes. Time to search for some pretty fabric.

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  • Easy as! So useful for all sorts of things.

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