Hello and happy Friday, friends. Today I’m sharing a tutorial for one of my favorite gift projects, a Quilted Patchwork Bag. I first shared a pictorial tutorial for this project several years ago, but realized it might be better shared through a video.
Quilted Patchwork Bag
This quilted patchwork bag is a fun project. It’s perfect for storing sewing supplies, make up, and is especially fun when used as a gift. Fill it with your favorite notions for a quilting friend, or add goodies for a fun neighbor gift during the holidays. I used a Mini Charm Pack of our Summer Sweet fabrics for my new version of the bag. I also used some scraps for the top band, lining, and drawstring ties. But using ribbon or twill tape for your ties will help bag construction go even faster.
Patchwork Bag Video
This video is only on my YouTube channel for now… go here to watch it on my YouTube channel.
Patchwork Bag Links
- Go here for my earlier blog post with pictorial step by step instructions.
- You can find a printable PDF for the bag in my shop here.
- Find fusible fleece for your bag here or here.
- And find Clover Wonder Clips here or here.
More Small Project and Mini Charm Project Ideas
I hope you’ll enjoy making one of these patchwork bags, or two or more! They really are terrific for gifts and for the holidays. Happy quilting, and thanks so much for stopping by!
ronalyn badgett says
Love it…miss you Val keeps me updated…hope all is well
Jackie Lohrey says
Ok so the minute I saw this I thought how cute would this little bag be to hold a glass jar and be a flower pot????? I’ve never made a bag before so today’s will be the test and if I like it I’ll make another one for my Balboa inspired bedroom this fall. Also, thanks a lot Sherri, I took the day off work to push through on my scrap cutting/organization project but now???? Good thing is I already have a zillion 2 1/2″ squares already cut 🙂 Life is good 🙂
sherri McConnell says
I love your idea! I think a Mason Jar would fit perfectly inside!
Thanks for giving the link to the previous pictorial. Much easier to make something from a written tutorial than a video. Cute bag!