We have another fun Scrap Busting Project today! Our special guest today is the adorable Amanda from Kaleidoscope of Colors!
Amanda is so darling and she is another vintage/retro fan so of course I just adore all her projects!
She has such a fun and useful tutorial for us today!
I’d like to share with you my “See My Project” bag, because I’m constantly printing off patterns and putting aside fabrics but when it comes time to working I’ve misplaced all the supplies.
I was inspired to make a bag that you could see the contents because there have been so many times when I tear apart my craft room looking for a pattern only to find it stuffed in a bag out of sight. This way you can see the contents of each project.
This bag holds printer paper (8 1/2″x 11″ paper) and all the notions you would need to get your project finished. Also the convenience of being able to see which project is in which bag.
When using your scraps, you can piece together fabric scraps to create a larger piece and then cut to size. At the end you can see how I pieced scrap quilt fabrics to make one bag.
*Keeping the tissue paper on the back side of the vinyl helps & it move through smoothly on the sewing machine.
Once you remove the tissue, you can turn the right way out and you have your very own project bag!!
This second is a Mod version completed with leftover quilt scraps. I changed up my contents to some new embroidery patterns, floss, hoop and scissors. Holds everything!!
Some other projects that you may enjoy:
Thank you so much Bev for letting me join in on the Scrap Extravaganza fun!!
What a cute project Amanda! I love that it keeps your projects organized too! Definitely something I need to work on! Thanks so much for joining in the Scrap Busting Extravaganza!