Gather some colorful fabric and program a gorgeous machine embroidery design, and you can create your own fabric gift bags. Go with a seasonal theme, pick a motif to match the recipient’s favorite hobby or hint at what’s inside the bag, or simply pull out a few of your favorite scraps or leftover pre-cuts and

With a slim silhouette and two deep pockets, this pouch is a go-to accessory that can go-anywhere. We used waterproof canvas bound in fold-over elastic. It’s a beginner-friendly project, but one that can add to your sewing skills.

For tiny treasures, holiday treats or gift cards, this clear-view trio is a “green gift wrap” solution for the holidays. Recipients can re-use them later for business cards, as a mini wallet or turn the Large pouch into a toiletry bag.

These little frame-style coin purses are as adorable as they come! Not only do they get five stars on the cuteness chart, they’re super easy. The front of each features a beautiful pleated strip accented with decorative stitching.

Showcase your personality with a custom fabric wallet. This one folds up in thirds and is secured with an elastic loop and button. We added an optional monogram and offer the full alphabet/brackets as a free download.

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.

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!

This Ribbon Wallet is so beautiful, you'll want to carry it by itself – not hide it away in a handbag. We've used the technique of assembling a number of ribbons side-by-side to create our own "ribbon fabric." The ribbons used in our sample are some of the breathtaking Jacquard ribbons for which Renaissance Ribbons is famous.

The lanyard snaps onto a pacifier on one end and clips onto baby’s clothing, stroller or swing on the other. There’s also a pouch to hold two more binkies (on their lanyards) so there’s always one handy.

Something useful for yourself or great as a gift. Our key fobs use just tiny bits of fabric and notions, and they’re fast and fun. In fact they were so fun, we did 5 samples, adding piping, stitching, embroidery, and ribbon.

Make these handy, lightweight bags in any size you need. They’re super fast and easy. Use them to gather up your washables to carry to the laundry room. Or pop the whole kit and caboodle into the washer and dryer.

Our ScrapBusters projects are especially designed to be fast and fun, and can easily be made with fabric and supplies from your stash. This handy little carrying case is modeled after the lanyards you often get at conferences or other large events. In fact, you could certainly use it for that or to hold small travel
Based on one of our most popular "fanny pack" style pouches, we’ve updated both the sample and the instructions to show you how to use lighter weight fabrics and the proper interfacing to get a stylish yet still stable result. We’ve combined quilting cotton with lightweight denim for the exterior plus a second quilting cotton
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