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Combine fat quarters to make a functional and stylish market bag. Fabrics are from the Fresh Pick collection by Susy Pilgrim Waters for P&B Textiles.

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Start with an ombré fabric to make this quick-and-easy tote bag. Fabrics are from the Color Me Happy collection by Vanessa Christenson of V and Co. for Moda...

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Stitch up a knockout tote that’s sturdy, roomy, and just plain adorable.

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Sew this attractive laptop bag for a friend, then reward yourself by making one to keep.

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Stitch a handy thread catcher for your serger! The no-slip mat will keep your thread catcher—and your machine—in place while sewing.

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Use double-face prequilted fabric to make two bags, which give you the option of carrying a lot or just a little. Fabrics are from the Morriston collection by ...

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Stitch up a take-along bag that’s the perfect size for a day full of fun.

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Starting with reversible prequilted fabric makes these bags easy to whip up and gives them a more defined shape.

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Love to keep kitchen and bath areas neat and tidy? Create a fabulous clutter-busting fabric container color-coordinated with your decor.

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Hang this drawstring bag on the front door to welcome visitors or use the woodsy delight inside to collect holiday cards.

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Turn Halloween-theme fat quarters and store-bought ribbon into pint-size goody bags to fill with yummy favors.

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Cook up this felted-wool swing bag appliquéd with a snazzy pumpkin.

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Start stitching up a few easy cats and pumpkins in the morning, and by evening they’ll be ready for Halloween fun.

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A weighted pincushion holds a thread catcher on the edge of your sewing desk. If you don’t want to use sand in the pincushion, you can weight the pincushion by inserting a few drapery weights in...

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A smart bag with a removable contents pouch makes switching bags as simple as changing outfits.

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The secret to this striking but simple bag is the fabric choice—an eye-popping print for the body complements a colorful small-scale print for the border.

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Customize a spa bag by filling it with toiletries of your choosing to create a delightful token of affection.

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This easy-to-sew tote makes shopping even more fun. Change fabrics for a seasonal look, or choose prints in colors to showcase team spirit.

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Sew a fun backpack that’s both functional and stylish! Fabrics are from the Soho Bandana collection for Red Rooster Fabrics and the Crossroads Denim...

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Make the presentation as fun as what’s inside! Use a holly leaf pattern and a trio of buttons to add adorable appliqué to a lunch sack gift bag. Prairie points create festive fringe. Hook-and-loop...

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This bag has great details—an exterior pocket, drawstring closure, and adjustable straps—that add style and function. Fabrics are from the Remix collection by Ann Kelle for ...

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Sew a simple tote bag to carry school supplies, sewing notions, or farmer’s market finds. Fabrics are from the Crossroads Denim collection by Amy Barickman for ...

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Keep your sewing space neat (and stylish!) with a cute thread catcher. Fabrics are from the Road 15 collection by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics.

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Denim fabric and a zipper form an easy-to-sew pencil case. It’s a hip way to store school supplies or a smart carryall for loose sewing supplies. Fabrics are from the Crossroads Denim collection...

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Make a great back-to-school gift: Sew a handmade tote bag using fun fabrics and a bit of rope. Stitch a bunch of these small backpacks to complement a special outfit or to celebrate school colors...

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