Last month, I featured a cloth snack baggie from Rhinestone Beagle. I was very intrigued by the use of fusible vinyl! I ran out to the store and bought a role, and used neutral “scraps” of fabric from my craft room to come up with an awesome reusable snack bag for myself! I followed Rhinestone Beagles tutorial. It is a well thought out and written tutorial. They did not miss a step, and I wasn’t at all confused.
I want to let you know that there were multiple instances when I thought I was going to break a needle, as I sewed around the perimeter of the bag (on the double sided portion). The fabric along with fusible vinyl was very thick and I had to go extremely slow. Like stitch-by-stitch, slow.
Here is my finished product.
The only tricky part to this project was making sure that my bag would fold correctly; so that the print would be facing the right side. If you choose a fabric pattern that is repetitive and can be viewed from any angle you won’t have to worry about the way it folds. The best part is that I know of multiple people at my office who have these cloth baggies and spent $5-$8 on each baggie! I estimate that mine maybe came out to be $2 altogether.
If you’ve made a cloth snack baggie, I’d love to see it–let me know!