Photo: This is a nice little stuff sack for small projects - fully lined & reversible.
Photo: I buy these packs of fat quarters at Joann Fabrics - they're nice quilting cotton, usually $9.99... or less if you have a coupon. This pack was $5.99, so the material cost for 4 bags would be $1.50 each.
Photo: Divide each of the 5 fat quarters in half along the short axis, and square it up to 18" by 10.5"
Photo: You'll have 10 fat eighths (sort of). Sort them until you have 4 pairs of main body pieces that go nicely with 2 accent pieces. Two bags will share one accent piece; the other two bags will share the other. Try different combinations until everything suits you.
Photo: Cut each of your accent pieces in 4 along the short axis to get accent panels measuring 4.5" by 10.5". Here we have two body pieces and two accent panels - they'll form one bag. Set all the others aside - your cutting is all done, it's time to sew!
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Cheri Borden
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This is a nice little stuff sack for small projects - fully lined & reversible.
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