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Friday, December 16, 2016

Reusable Shopping Bag

How To Make A Reusable Shopping Bag 


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

It is a small shopping bag that you can not burst in the front pocket, and you then swings in your handbag to pick up when you come here of hands.
Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial
 Required:
- 2 times 40x46cm for the bag part
- 2 times 20x17cm for the front pocket
- 4 times 12x80cm for the shoulder ribbons, attention because the short side of the shoulder ribbon you have to put on the fold line of the fabric, in the middle is such a shoulder ribbon thus narrower than at the ends (!)
- A piece of upholstered stretcher (type haarrekkertje)
- Two buttons

Dust:
Use a light fabric, quilt-type fabric. Certainly not a canvas, jeans, scrim, etc. If the fabric is too stiff, the bag will not be easy to fold in the front pocket.


yellow striped box = right side of the fabric,   yellow box = back side of the fabric


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Zigzag, the two parts of the front pocket
- Mark the opening on the back of one of the two parts (14cm x 1.5 cm and 1.5 cm on the left and right stay of the edge and 6cm from the top)
- Put that part of the bag for the right side from the right side of the bag pieces, keep at least 6cm from the edge, pin
- Captures the rekkertje between the two fabric pieces and pin so it does not move during retyping
- Stitching the opening all around with a small stab, cut the hole then open
- The red cross: a piece of sticky cotton to strengthen the fabric of the place where the buttons are sewn on (is not really necessary)

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Pull the fabric through the hole and press the smooth opening
- The substance 'mouths pulls "in the corners, you may not have cut far enough (see previous step)
- Stitching around a few times around the opening (attention back using a normal stitch length)


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - left such that there than currently looks like on the inside of the bag
- Right such that there than currently looks like on the outside of the bag


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

- Place the other part of the fabric bag for the right side of the part with the opening
- Stitching a few times very loose all around but try to keep up to 0.5cm from the edge
- left such that there than currently looks like on the inside of the bag
- Right such that there than currently looks like on the outside of the bag
- On the red point you have now confirm (or at the end) is a node on both the inside of the front pocket and the outside


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Place both bag pieces with the back sides together and stitch left, right and bottom of 0.5cm from the edge (overlocks can) (!)
- Once inside, smooth the edges flat and sew back left, right and bottom, but now 0,6cm (see red arrow on left photo)
- Fold the bag to the top 1cm and ironing, then fold again to 2cm and ironing again


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

- Place the fabric parts of the ribbons with the right sides together and sew at 1cm from the edge through
- Once inside the ribbons, string and topstitch the edges 0.3cm and 1.3cm


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial
  
- Place ribbons now under the folded edge, 4cm left and right of the center of the bag and pin

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Stitching all around
- If you is returning to your starting point, you just stay around around by tapping but now fold each ribbon out
- Stitching so a few times around


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial
  
- Looks on the outside that there as in the photo above

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 fold:
- Place the bag with front pocket on the table
- Fold the bag lengthwise as wide as the front pocket
- Folding the top and bottom as high as for the pouch


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Turn the whole order
- Put your hand in the deepest side of the front pocket
- All fixed grab and pull inside


Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

 - Which also still remains inside out

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial




Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial







Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

Reusable Shopping Bag. Pattern & Tutorial

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