Our pretty accordion pouch can hold jewelry, lingerie, makeup, and more in its five pockets. Accordion out to drop things into the pockets; accordion in, and snap closed. We used cotton outside, PUL inside, and bound all around.
A unique satchel with the feel of a mail carrier’s bag. This taller and thinner style can be carried with the double looping handles or worn crossbody with a detachable shoulder strap. Don’t forget the cool fussy cutting!
Create a fun, colorful, insulated lunch bag that features a bold monogram clearly stating, “That’s my PB&J, dude… hands off.” We combine a linen-blend solid with a striking quilting cotton on the outside, wipe-clean rip stop inside.
We call it our Nap-In-A-Bag: a lightweight drawstring bag that holds a bound fleece blanket and a matching pillow. This clever portable sleep set is a great option for school naps, grandma’s house, or anywhere a little rest is needed.
This dynamic fold over backpack is deep enough to hold everything you need and is super comfy to wear. It’s essentially a structured sack! Pick an eye-catching print and put your fussy cutting skills to work for a striking finish.
Freshen up for spring outings with a fabulous tote you can use for farmers’ markets, retail therapy or just as a new everyday bag. This is what we call a statement bag. It’s specifically designed to make the best use of a fabric collection’s boldest, brightest colors and motifs.
At 7½” x 4” x 3½”, this toiletries bag is smaller than a standard dopp kit but is still the perfect size to fit all those bottles, jars, and tubes. It’s a “mighty mini”! Great to use on a road trip or to organize at home.
Spring is for new beginnings, time to learn (or re-learn) a new skill. If you’ve been a little intimidated by three-dimensional sewing, we encourage you to try this pretty little case. It’s surprisingly straightforward, and we’ve included lots of helpful tips along the way.
We all know good things don’t always come in small packages. They can be small, medium or large… and still be quite wonderful. That’s why we made these super cute gift bags in three sizes. A great ScrapBusters project!
Our big beach bag is all cotton so it breathes well and dries in a snap. Rope handles add a nautical touch and a ring of grommets makes it easy to open wide so you can load up plenty of towels and other important beach gear.
Big totes are great for big jobs, but sometimes, a compact purse is all you need. This little zip pouch has room to hold the necessities plus a little extra. Fold down the top, sling it over your shoulder, and you’re good to go.
As we return to outdoor events and festivals, did you know many venues no longer allow closed totes and bags? If you want to carry in a larger bag, it must be see-through. S4H to the rescue with a fashionable solution.
Little ones are so busy; it can seem like you need 6 arms to keeps track of them and everything they need! Free up your hands with a diaper bag that can also be worn as a backpack. Find it now in our Etsy Shop.
Gather up your fave scraps of lightweight canvas or home décor weight fabric. These works great in combination with fusible fleece to create and hold this pouch’s unique triangle shape formed with wide boxed bottom corners.
Our downloadable pattern set has all the pieces you need to put everything together for a perfect fit. You get 9 pockets in a variety of sizes, including a zippered coin pocket. Make it with standard quilting cotton.
You can never have too many cute zipper pouches! This one features a curved bottom with the wrist strap attached to the zipper, moving with it and changing from a simple wrist loop to a full handle as the zipper opens and closes.
We’ve done totes and we’ve done yoga mat carriers, but – until this – hadn’t combined the two in such a stylish way. Collect all your gear into a generously sized tote, then use the handy wraparound straps to secure your mat.
Patterns for lightweight, flexible bags that can best replace plastic can be hard to find. Luckily, you’re a clever sewing person and can make your own – with a little help from S4H. Ours are made from two layers of quilting cotton.
Sometimes you need a pouch to hold just the essentials, like cards, cash, and a shopping list. Tuck in your pocket or toss into a larger bag. Great gifts for any occasion, especially when a gift card or a little cash is tucked inside.
Bring your zipper expertise full circle. Learn how to insert a zipper into a round, thin case with a full lining; it’s a shape that’s handy for all kinds of tasks – we turned our little sample into a mini sewing kit.
A versatile carryall with room to spare. We took inspiration from the heavy duty feed sack fabric of the early 1900s to create a look that’s nostalgically trendy and eye-catching but in a hardworking modern canvas substate.
These cool cases are fast and easy, and a great intro to working with Kraft-Tex. The double pockets can fit credit or gift cards, folded bills or business cards. There’s a free pattern for both the body of the wallet and the band.
Making a wonderful bag for yourself or as a gift is a great sense of accomplishment. In this tutorial, we focus on creating a cool tote that’s very easy, but also cute and classic. Choose between two different strap styles.
Often seen in woven straw, crocheted yarn or macrame, vintage style round handle bags like this are a classic. Our pleated, semi-circle design features a soft upholstery fabric with a large, bold motif. Includes a free pattern.
For this unique shoulder bag, a purchased skinny belt becomes the strap and a large, monochromatic embroidered medallion adorns the front pocket as well as the lining pocket, creating a secret pop of pretty on the inside.
Our tall drawcord duffle is the perfect project to showcase a merry-go-round of color. A ring of metal grommets allows the top of the bag to cinch closed with its own matching drawcord and slider. Great for grads!
Position the pouch to rest either across the front or out of the way across the back. Its slim profile allows it to comfortably mold against your body, and it can be worn either over or under a jacket or other outerwear.
Structured on the bottom, soft on the top. The walls and base use a combo of fusible foam and rigid interfacing to form a perfect round shape. The drawstring top is soft and flexible, creating a billowy cap to cover the contents.
We created a very pretty fabric envelope that’s fun for any occasion. It ties shut with a clever pull-through bow. Plus, it can be used over and over again, which makes it a green gift wrap alternative.
It snaps closed and opens wide to carry a pair of shoes, a change of clothes, and all the extras you need to get back to your workout routine. The lining is water-resistant ripstop nylon so you can toss in damp items.
The name is due to its similarity to the wide, ornate straps musicians use to hold their guitars. By changing how the ends attach, they’re also a fun way to update any bag that uses a removable strap. We added die cuts!
It’s always good to have tissues at-the-ready when out and about: dab away a tear, capture a sneeze or wipe up a mess. Pretty them up with our adorable tissue covers. A fun ScrapBusters project that also makes a great gift.
Got something to say? Make a messenger bag with a real message! We used iron-on letters to create our FACT-FICTION phrase. Button flap pockets and a cool closure are just the start of the hardworking, everyman/woman style.