Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Small Treat Tote Bags

I made 4 tiny fabric gift bags out of 2 fat quarters of Christmas fabric. It's a free tutorial called Small Treat Totes. These small bags would be perfect in Halloween fabric filled with goodies, or choose a fabric for a birthday theme and fill with party favors for the kids. How about a Valentine Day fabric filled with chocolates? So many holiday uses and a great way to use up some of those smaller pieces of holiday fabrics too. 2 fat quarters will yield 4 small lined bags. As you can see you get 2 light top with dark bottom bags and 2 the opposite. The bag is about the size of the palm of my hand to give you an idea of their size.

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  1. These are great little bags for small gifts. Thanks for sharing.

  2. They are so sweet. This post was perfect timing as I'm making hearts for Valentines and some gift bags would be perfect too. I'm going to make one straight away. Thanks Daryl

  3. so cute!!! Thanks for sharing :-)

    1. Thank you Ruth. I couldn't respond to your personally in an email because you are a no-reply.

  4. Really cute! I'll remember for next year.

  5. OMG! these are adorable Daryl and what a great idea for Valentines some of the the Stamping' Up! fabric I have:) I might just give these a try since they seem pretty easy to made for a beginner like me in sewing LOL!! Thank you for the link, I will have to come back to it. Wishing you a very Happy New Year my friend!

  6. these are a fun size, I love the material you used, I made a couple myself and I don't want to give them away.

  7. Great idea...I will use birthday fabrics!! Thanx,


  8. So Cute! I like to put gifts in handmade gift bags, also. It's like an extra gift.

  9. Thank you Danette. I couldn't send you an email reply because you are a no-reply. I appreciate your comment.


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