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Welcome to the Sew Daily eBook: 4 Free Sewing Patterns: Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists. We wanted to create a collection of projects that are simple for beginners to take on and complete, while also being so cute that you will want to make them no matter what your sewing skill level is. I think that you will love the darling projects we have hand-picked from recent issues of Stitch. The garden-inspired Springtime Bibs project by Heidi Boyd is almost too pretty for dinnertime. Made with organic terry for an absorbent backing and an easyon-and-off Velcro closure, these bibs will make even the most challenging meals with wiggly toddlers a pleasure. Embellished with a colorful carrot and strawberry and finished with bias tape, these bibs look much harder to make than they are. This is a great impress-your-friendsand-family project. The Pretty Petals Clutch by Rebeka Lambert is a unique bag made from your favorite scraps. Featuring fused appliquéd petals and a handful of sewn-on buttons, this small clutch’s bright embellishments make a big impression without eating up a big chunk of your sewing time. For resting your peepers, the Lavender-Infused Eye Pillow by Mary Walter couldn’t be easier to make. It’s two rectangles of pretty fabric filled with soothing lavender and flaxseed. Just takes an hour to make and you have the perfect accessory for a calming afternoon or the perfect gift for someone you love. Go green with the reusable Snack Bags by Rosemarie DeBoer. The clever carriers for kids and adults alike are lined with waterproof fabric and decorated with your choice of happy fabric on the outside. It’s a quick way to feel good about your munchies. I just love the variety of these easy sewing projects, which range from stylish to practical, and can make great presents as well as a great way to pamper yourself. I hope that they will make your life more beautiful and inspire you to take on more challenging sewing patterns.

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Springtime Bibs.........................................3 Pretty Petals Clutch.................................5 Lavender-Infused Eye Pillow...............7 Snack Bags..................................................8

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Heidi Boyd, Rebeka Lambert, Mary Walter, and Rosemarie DeBoer
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Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. LHO7008 two-tone check) — 6½" × 3" scrap of orange print for Carrot appliqué (shown: Wild Thyme by Carolyn Gavin of Lilla Rogers Studio for P&B Textiles. Colorful bias tape frames the bib while holding the layers together. shown: Strawberry bib: small floral print in blue. Carrot bib: green leaf print on white) ¼ yd of 45" wide cotton print — (Contrast. by Heidi Boyd Fabric (for 1 bib) — 3⁄8 yd of 45" wide cotton print (Main. ab46 Sunspots in mint) — 3⁄8 yd of 45" wide organic cotton terry cloth for backing — 4" × 4" scrap of red print for Strawberry appliqué (shown: Lakehouse. All rights reserved.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Springtime Bibs These garden-inspired bibs are almost too pretty for dinnertime! Plush organic terry makes a great absorbent backing and Velcro makes the bib easy to get on and off wiggly toddlers. tulip whisk in orange) — 4" × 4½" scrap of green print for Leaf appliqué Other Supplies (for 1 bib) —1⁄4 yd fusible interfacing —4" of 3⁄4" wide sew-on Velcro —1 package 1⁄4" wide double-fold bias tape in pale pink for Strawberry bib or pale yellow for Carrot bib For explanations of terms + techniques used click here for our Sewing Basics online Photo by Joe Hancock © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. shown: Strawberry bib: Grand Revival by Tanya Whelan for Free Spirit Fabrics. Carrot bib: Love by Amy Butler for Rowan. Ava Rose TW02Mint. document visit sewdaily.com page 3 of 27 .

As you sew around the Carrot or Strawberry. © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. butting the interfacing raw edge against the seam and aligning the raw edges around the rectangle perimeter. sewing 1⁄8" inside the appliqué edges. Continue around the entire bib perimeter. Note: With both the terry and the pieced bib panel face up. figure 1 — Sewing thread in colors to coordinate with appliqués —Off-white cotton sewing thread for sewing bib Bib pattern and templates for — Strawberry and Carrot appliqué on page 11 3 Iron a separate piece of interfacing to the wrong side of each of the appliqué fabrics.com page 4 of 27 . Lift the pattern to double check the appliqué placement within the bib perimeter. the stitch should cover the fabric edges completely and smoothly without gaps or bunching. Her goal is to make sophisticated design approachable and easy for all. 5 Pin the Carrot or Strawberry 121⁄2" × 11" rectangle and one 41⁄2" × 11" rectangle. Lay the two rectangles right sides together. and sew together. Finished Size 15" long × 10" wide Notes —All seam allowances are ½" unless otherwise indicated. Lay the assembled bib front (right side up) over the terry fabric (right side down). you’ll trim it later). Cut a 5" × 11" rectangle from the Contrast fabric. enclosing the raw edges. pin the Leaf appliqué onto the bib. matching all raw edges. aligning one 11" edge. Lay the 2 hook pieces (the stiffer part) on the fabric right side at the end of the bib’s left neck strap (as worn. With matching thread. and then pin the bib pattern over both pieces. use a short straight stitch to sew the Leaf to the bib. Position and sew the softer loop strips of the fastener to the right side of the terry at the end of the bib’s right neck strap (as worn. Refold the bias tape along the original creases.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns of the presser foot. 4 Referring to the photos above for 8 Lay the terry and pieced cotton bibs wrong sides together. use the center of the fabric block and the seam between fabrics as guides for placing the appliqué. 6 Cut a 17" × 11" rectangle from the terry cloth. ensuring that the zigzag stitch spans from one fabric to the other. Separate the hook and loop portions of the fastener. Stitch 1⁄8" from the raw edges all the way around. Note: Use 2 scraps of interfaced fabric to test your stitch settings before working on the bib. All rights reserved. Cut both fabrics along the pattern outline. match the bias tape’s raw edge to the bib’s raw edge and stitch along the first crease in the bias tape. Use the templates to cut the Carrot or Strawberry and the corresponding Leaf from the appropriate fabrics. Sew the Velcro in place along the edges of each strip (don’t worry if the Velcro hangs over the edges slightly.com. align the edge of the fabric under the center 9 Unfold the bias tape. Press the seam open. Beginning with the pressed end at a relatively straight portion of the bib perimeter. figure 1). placement.blogspot. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. When you return to the starting point. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the pieced cotton rectangle. the Velcro positions appear to be the same. Visit her blog on heidiboyd. if desired. Trim the Velcro so that its edges are flush with the terry and cotton fabrics. Remember that the pieced cotton will be trimmed to size later (it might help to use the Bib pattern to visualize finished dimensions as you place the appliqué). Set the terry aside. most notably the Simply Beautiful series. folding it around the bib raw edges. Change the color of your thread to complement the appliqué and set the machine for a zigzag satin stitch. Add more lines of stitching to indicate the leaf veins. 2 From the interfacing. 7 Cut 2 pieces of Velcro 2" long. near the neck straps. Slip stitch the bias tape to the seamline on the bib wrong side. visit sewdaily. Press 1⁄4" to the wrong side at one end of the tape. and pin. Slide the appropriately sized interfacing rectangle under the seam allowances from each side. cut one appliqué over the base of the Leaf. overlap the pressed end of the bias tape 1⁄2" and cut off the excess length. figure 1 shows velcro placement as it would appear with terry and pieced cotton bibs wrong sides together. Heidi Boyd is the author of ten books with North Light Books. trapping the cut fabric edge in the center of the stitch. Construct Bib 1 Cut a 13" × 11" rectangle from the Main fabric. figure 1).

3⁄8" to 7⁄8" — Removable fabric marking pen —Handsewing needle Appliqué Clutch pattern and template — on page 15 Notes — Seam allowances are 3⁄8".com page 5 of 27 . by REbeka Lambert Photo by Joe Hancock Other Supplies — 1⁄4 yd of 27" wide sew-in ultra-firm interfacing — 9" × 12" sheet of fusible web — Matching sewing thread — Sewing thread to coordinate with appliqué fabrics (optional. — The fusible appliqué technique does not require additional stitching. if desired. Featuring fused appliquéd petals and a handful of sewn-on buttons. however. Fabric 1 — ⁄4 yd of 45" wide natural-colored linen for shell (Main) 1 ⁄4 yd of 45" wide print cotton for lining — (Contrast) — 30 scraps of various coordinating prints. this small clutch’s fun embellishments make a big impression. decorative stitching can be added just inside the petal edges.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Pretty Petals Clutch Make a one-of-a-kind accessory with a kaleidoscope of fabrics from your sewing stash. unless otherwise indicated. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. visit sewdaily. All rights reserved. see Step 9) — 1⁄2" magnetic snap — 12 to 20 buttons in various sizes. — A fusible interfacing can be substituted for the sew-in interfacing. each at least 1" × 2" for appliqué Finished Size 6" tall × 11" wide × 2" deep For explanations of terms + techniques used click here for our Sewing Basics online © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted.

she writes about her crafty adventures at artsycraftybabe .com page 6 of 27 . align the straight side of one petal with the guideline. side by side. cut 2 Bag Body pieces each from the Main fabric. Along with keeping up with her busy family. e Fold the bag right sides together so one side seam is aligned with the bottom seam and the corner cutout edges meet in a straight line. insert the lining into the bag shell. Roughly cut the petals about 1⁄8" outside the traced outline. Press. and the lining right side out. 4 Using the Petal template. 30 petals onto the paper side of the remaining fusible web. Align the top edges of the shell and lining. omitting the interfacing layer. aligning the raw edges. leaving the straight edge open. Cut a 3½" × 2 ½" rectangle from the Contrast fabric for the flower center. 9 If desired. Place each traced petal on the wrong side of a fabric scrap and fuse. or slip them between the flap layers. then the innermost row. lining. location indicated on the pattern to the right side of the flap lining (Contrast fabric). Remember not to position petals within the seam allowance at the bag top. Following the manufacturer’s instructions. Place the Bag Bodies right sides Rebeka Lambert lives with her husband and children in south Louisiana. y With the bag shell wrong side out Prepare Bag Closure 0 Pin baste one piece of the Bag Flap interfacing to the wrong side of the Contrast fabric Bag Flap. and sew through only the upper fabric layer and interfacing so the stitches aren’t visible on the flap lining. Repeat the entire step at the other corner. covering the straight edges of the innermost row of petals. Following the manufacturer’s instructions. you will use 11 petal pieces. Transfer the magnetic snap location from the template to the flower center’s right side and insert the second half of the snap at the location through all layers. then smooth the lining inside the bag. outermost placement line. Cut 1 Bag Flap each from the Main fabric and Contrast fabric. aligning its straight edge with the top edge of the bag and Assemble Bag Body w Pin baste the remaining Bag Body 8 Next. then remove the paper backing from the petals. Hide knots under the buttons.typepad. if necessary. Cut out each petal along the traced outline.Transfer the magnetic snap Apply Appliqué 5 Transfer the petal row guidelines from the Bag Body pattern to the right side of one Main fabric piece using removable fabric marking pen. © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted.etsy. close to the edge. 1 p Arrange a variety of buttons to cover the entire surface of the flap. together. remove the paper backing from interfacing to the wrong side of the bag back (the unembellished Bag Body). Sew the side seams and the bottom seam. and interfacing. pulling the flap away from the bag and lining. Continue placing petals. With matching or coordinating thread. q Pin baste a piece of interfacing to the wrong side of the appliquéd Bag Body. 6 Starting 3⁄8" from one end of the = Pin baste the remaining Bag Flap interfacing to the wrong side of the Main fabric Bag Flap. topstitch around the trace the flower center onto the fusible web’s release paper and cut along the traced outline. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. and pin in place. with the flap between the bag layers. trace flower center. Leave a 5" opening in the lining bottom seam for turning. 7 Repeat Step 6 with the middle row. by allowing space between petals or overlapping adjacent petals. ⁄4" from the edge. back. right sides together (linen against linen). Fuse in place. All rights reserved. Fuse the row of petals in place. Sew the corner seam. the flower center. Turn the flap right side out. insert the male half of the magnetic snap through both layers at the mark. Sew around the flap using a 1 ⁄4" seam allowance. o Topstitch around the top of the bag. . visit sewdaily. Close the gap in the lining seam with hand or machine stitches. aligning the raw edges. Place the Bag Flap pieces right sides together. until you have filled the line. Use 10 petals for the middle row and 9 petals for the inner row. Position the flap between the notches on the bag back and align the raw edges. handsew the buttons to the flap. Contrast fabric. Adjust the spacing.com and designs and sells her sewing patterns at artsycraftybabe. set aside.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Cut Fabric 1 Using the provided pattern. adhere the fusible web to the wrong side of the same-size Contrast rectangle. Assemble Bag t Pin the Bag Flap to the shell bag 3 Using the Flower Center template. r Repeat Steps 14 and 15 for the bag Prepare Appliqué 2 Cut a 3½" × 2½" rectangle from the fusible web.com. entire top. u Sew the bag to the lining around the i Reach through the opening in the lining to turn the bag right side out. if desired. matching the side seams. Additional rows of stitching can be added along each row of petals. and 2 from the interfacing.

For explanations of terms + techniques used click here for our Sewing Basics online © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. and editor. She enjoys creating new projects to teach and share with her students. — All seam allowances are 1/4”.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Lavender-Infused Eye Pillow This soothing lavender-andflaxseed-filled eye pillow is the perfect accessory for a calming summer afternoon nap. Just lay gently over your eyes and dream. NOTES — Prewash and iron fabric. teacher. Use a small funnel to fill the eye pillow with the mix. Press. Mary Walter is a quilter. All rights reserved. Fabric — 1/4 yd cotton print fabric Other Supplies — 8 oz flax seed — 2 oz lavender — Small funnel Cut the Fabric 1 Cut two 3 1/2” × 9” rectangles. designer. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. It also makes a sweet and thoughtful gift. 5 Tuck in the raw edges 1/4” and slipstitch closed. visit sewdaily. — Flax seed and lavender are available through Atlantic Spice Company (atlanticspice. 4 Mix flax seed and lavender together.com page 7 of 27 . Piece the Eye Pillow 2 Sew the two rectangles together leaving a 2” opening at one end for turning. by Mary Walter Photo by Larry Stein Finished size 3” × 8 1/2” 3 Trim corners and turn pillow right side out.com) or local health food stores.

Way to feel good about your munchies. and can be machine washed and machine dried on a low setting. The clever carriers are lined with waterproof fabric on the inside and decorated with your choice of happy fabric on the outside. All rights reserved. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. by rosemarie deboer Fabric Cotton quilting fabric: — Fabric A: 1/2 yd for small Snack Bag Body and bias binding for large Snack Bag — Fabric B: 1/2 yd for large Snack Bag Body and bias binding for small Snack Bag your local fabric store does not carry it. check online. It is soft. — 3” hook and loop tape (for two bags) Finished size — Small: 6 1/2” x 4 1/2” (folded) — Large: 8” x 5 1/2” (folded) NOTES — The construction methods for the small and the large Snack Bags are the same. If © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. — If you have fabric with words or other directional patterns. test the layout before trimming the corners. PUL is fabric that has been laminated with a waterproof backing.sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Photo by Larry Stein Snack Bags Go green in your own little way by creating these nifty baggies to be used time and again by your tots and family.com page 8 of 27 . flexible. visit sewdaily. — WST= wrong sides together Other Supplies — Snack Bag Templates on page 19 — 1/3 yd PUL fabric.

Bag. see what other users are working on. Body). Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns sewdaily 2 From Fabric B (large Snack Bag 3 From PUL. sewdaily sewing made modern. watch. Fold under the last 1/2” at the end of the binding before finishing your binding. post. with the PUL. and instructional DVDs. using dotted Fold Line A on the Template as a guide.com = Fill with snacks. and make friends in the community. Watch technique videos. All rights reserved. Snack Bags as shown on the Templates.comment. © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. fold down the top on Rosemarie DeBoer is the assistant editor at Stitch magazine and recently moved from White Sox to Red Sox territory. Stitch the loop portion to the PUL side and the hook portion to the fabric side as labeled on the Templates. 4 From remaining quilting cotton. find the best magazines. the new online community for modern sewists! Discuss sewing techniques and tips. (See Create Binding section in Sewing Basics). binding to the short. You can also upload photos of your work. books.com page 9 of 27 . cut a rectangle 6 1/2” x 14”. connect. visit sewdaily. Stitch along the first fold. cut enough 2” bias strip to make 36” length for the small Snack Bag and 45” length for the large Snack Bag. discuss. fold under 1/2” of binding at one bottom corner. share information about yourself and your projects. Fold Line B. Her love for her hometown baseball team and all her fabric came with her. or start a sewalong. Fold the tape up and over the raw edges to the inside and topstitch close to the second folded edge.Before stitching the binding to the outer edge. cut a rectangle 8” x 18”. 9 Stitch the contrasting double-fold 0 Fold up the bottom of the Snack . Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. Join us at Sew Daily. get feedback and help. cut a rectangle 6 1/2” x 14” and one 8” x 18”. and off you go! all for FREE at sewdaily. Add the Bias Binding 5 Create double-fold binding from the 6 Layer the Snack Bag Body WST bias strips.sewdaily Cut Fabric 1 From Fabric A (small Snack Bag Body). and more! 7 Trim the rounded corners on both 8 Cut the hook and loop tape into 11/2” pieces. Then continue to bind the sides and the curved top using the same method as in Step 9. chat about Stitch. straight edge of each Snack Bag as follows: unfold the bias binding and align one long raw inside edge to the PUL side of the Snack Bag. learn. Pin together in the seam allowance to avoid puncturing the PUL fabric.

6 Read through all cutting instructions listed in the project Slash Marks A dashed line (someinstructions for directions on how many pattern pieces to times appearing with pattern dots) cut out of your fabric and interfacing. without adding a seam. Once the pattern back XS Notches Notches are triangle. Make sure Place on fold bracket This is that the box labeled “AuLABELS FOR YIELDS a grainline marking with arrows pointing to-Rotate and Center” back selvedges XS fold S is unchecked (instructo the edge ofFOLDS the pattern. 1 Find the lines that correspond to your size and trace other text cut on fold Darts Lines and dots mark darts. then other mark on the fabric cut on fold 5 Copy all pattern markings onto the wrong side of the fabric through the hole. The Test Square should be 2" × 2” (5 × 5 cm). grain or fold unless specifically marked FOLDS SKIRT pages are numbered in rows. L XL matching seams. pin the pattern to the fabric. text tern paper only. if using another pdf fold of the fabric so that your finished L RIGHT FRONT XL reader. Place on the ASYMMETRICAL SKIRT M tions apply specifically to Adobe Reader. Line FRONT up the rows and match the diagonal. cut off or fold the dotted should be parallel to the lengthwise fold margin around each page. indicates an area to be slashed. of the dart point (signaling the point.selvedges is complete. included in the pattern instructions. 3 Lay the pattern pieces on the fabric as close together pattern dots Filled circles indicate as possible. Check the settings for LABELS FOR page scaling (should be Cutting lines Multisize back selvedges XS “None”) and check the 2" 2" [5 5 cm] S patterns other have different cutting text preview to make sure M cut on fold lines for each size. check for similar settings). 1c. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document visit sewdaily. where your stitching technique is not appropriate for some fabrics. Tape the pages together. project instructions if you are unsure. with right sides together. fold the fabric in half. find your size. the pattern pieces.com page 10 of 27 S M . at selvedge to selvedge. Marking & Cutting Guidelines have corresponding notches. piece. using tracing paper and a tracing wheel. Assembling Full-Size Pattern Printout When preparcut on fold ing to print the pdf. unless otherwise noted. Double-check that all pattern pieces to be that a mark needs to be made (often on cut “on the fold” are placed on the fold. so the first row of pages 4 The ASYMMETRICAL as crosswise. piececut will2 be twice the size of the pattern XXxx 2 To ensure that the pattern has printed at the correct scale. 1b. DS Grainline The double-ended arrow 3 To begin assembling the pattern. either on tissue paper or directly onto the fabric. L that you will be printing XL text at full size. cut 2 XXxx LABELS FOR YIELD Use the illustrated guide to match each piece. The lines show where the stitching the fold or cutting 2 If you are cutting pattern pieces other on text will be. and folS M shaped symbols used for accurately low the coordinating line to cut out or trace the pattern. dotted lines together so they overlap. Note that this the end of the dart. 8 Cut the pieces slowly and carefully. Mark by punching through the pata crosswise or bias grainline is present. All rights reserved. etc. check the size of the TEST SQUARE. Pieces to be joined will Layout. A large open circle is that there is no scaling. so check the should end).XL RIGHT FRONT cut 2 XXxx cut 2 XXxx LABELS FOR YIELDS sewdaily XL L M S sewdaily guide 1 Getting Started Basic techniques + terms you’ll need to know for the pattern you have downloaded. the right side of the fabric) for placement 4 Make sure all pattern pieces are placed on the fabric of elements such as a pocket or a dart with the grainline running parallel to the lengthwise grain unless point. Button + buttonhole make sure that you are placement marks Solid lines indiprinting it at 100% and cate buttonholes. Bias grainlines will be RIGHT is numbered 1a. the button symbol and shows placement. XS M S | other text Pattern Symbols & Markings XL L XS Test Square XL | XS Easy Sewing Projects for XS 4 free sewing  patterns S L M back selvedges fold M Beginners L XL and All Sewists S | L | XL L M S | S XL | XS XS L M | | | | | | © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. Further 7 Use weights to hold the pattern pieces down and use instructions for making the slash will be pins to secure the corners as needed. and the dot shows the position cut two on of fold the same pattern piece.

sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Springtime Bibs Patterns + Templates 1a springtime bibs carrot springtime bibs bib cut as directed © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted.com page 11 of 27 . All rights reserved. springtime bibs strawberry springtime bibs strawberry leaf springtime bibs carrot leaf SPRINGTIME BIBS 1b 1c visit sewdaily. Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document.

1a SPRINGTIME BIBS springtime bibs carrot leaf springtime bibs strawberry leaf springtime bibs carrot springtime bibs strawberry .

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sewdaily sewdaily Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns 1a Pretty Petals Clutch Patterns + Templates pretty petals clutch pretty petals clutch flower center cut as directed bag flap cut 1 main cut 1 contrast PRETTY PETALS CLUTCH pretty petals clutch petal 1b pretty petals clutch bag body cut 2 main cut 2 contrast cut 2 interfacing petal rows © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. visit sewdaily.com page 15 of 27 1c . Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document. All rights reserved.

1a PRETTY PETALS CLUTCH pretty petals clutch bag flap cut 1 main cut 1 contrast pretty petals clutch petal pretty petals clutch flower center cut as directed .

1b petal rows pretty petals clutch bag body cut 2 main cut 2 contrast cut 2 interfacing .

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hook + loop 2c hook + loop 1c SNACK BAGS SMALL INSIDE SNACK BAGS SMALL OUTSIDE fold here 2d fold here hook + loop 1d page 19 of 27 Please respect the copyright by not forwarding or distributing this document.sewdaily sewdaily fold here Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners and All Sewists 4 free sewing  patterns Snack Bags Patterns + Templates 2a SNACK BAGS 1a SNACK BAGS LARGE INSIDE hook + loop fold here 2b SNACK BAGS LARGE OUTSIDE 1b © Interweave Press LLC Not to be reprinted. visit sewdaily.com . All rights reserved.

1a SNACK BAGS hook + loop SNACK BAGS LARGE INSIDE fold here .

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