Add an extra touch of handmade love to any gift with a fabric gift bag! The best part is you can use them again and again!
Get the free pattern here and the instructions on the BLOG
Posted by Sandy on 27th Jan 2016
They were enjoyed by the little ones and they reused them to keep their stuff in. Thank You
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jan 2016
Although I have not had time to make these bags the instructions seem pretty straight forward. I will make an assortment of sizes with the material I bought on sale and my plan is to add to my collection over the next couple of years. The bags that will be used for gifts then will live on in my extended family's households for years to come.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jan 2016
Only 4 stars, because I just got the pattern last night. I'm anxious to get started on these little bags and use the Christmas fabric I purchased on sale.
Also plan on making some for birthday gifts, etc. Thank you Peek-a-boo for sharing this pattern with us.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Dec 2015
Great way to give a gift that is an extra gift. Even my grand kids liked the bags. I pressed the lines , this made it easier to construct and pressing the top hem. I made 10 of these bags. I'm always looking for bag patterns. I would like to find a no sew pattern.
Posted by Judy on 15th Dec 2015
I made 35 of these little bags as replacements for holiday stockings for a family gathering. They went together very easily and are the perfect size. The only modification I made was to cut the fabric interfacing as one piece and draw chalk lines where the pressing should be done. Working in such mass quantities, cutting those extra little pieces of interfacing was too time consuming. The finished product was exactly what I wanted and readily accepted all of the goodies to be taken home.
Posted by Meghan on 19th Nov 2015
I downloaded this pattern last year and made some Christmas gift bags from it. They came out beautiful! The pattern was easy to follow and produced wonderful results. The gift recipients loved them and carefully packed them away to be used again this year!