How to make a fabric trick-or-treat bag


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Fabric Trick-or-Treat Bag

Trick or treat time is just around the corner and it is time for costumes, candy and fun!

For a trick or treat bag that your child will love, let them choose two Halloween fabrics. Then follow this tutorial and the free pattern instructions to sew a quick and easy lined bag in less than an hour which they can use to carry all their sweet treats.



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Fabric Trick-or-Treat Bag

SUPPLIES:

Main Fabric 13" x 28"
Lining Fabric 13" x 28"
Two Strap Fabrics 3" x 18" each

HOW TO MAKE THE STRAPS
* Fold one strap fabric, right sides together, in half lengthwise.
* Stitch along the long side using a 1/4" seam allowance.
* Use a fabric tube turner, turn the strap right side out.
* Press the strap flat.
* Topstitch along each side of the strap using a straight stitch 1/4" from the edge.
* Repeat process to make second strap.

SEWING THE MAIN BODY OF THE BAG
* Fold the main fabric in half, right sides together.
* Starting at the top of the bag, sew the side seam using a 1/2" seam allowance.
* Stitch the other side seam, again starting at the top using a 1/2" seam allowance.
*Clip corners.
* Iron the seams open and flat.

ASSEMBLING THE LINING
* Sew the lining fabric in the same manner as the main fabric using a 1/2" seam allowance but leave a 3" opening at the bottom of the seam on one side. This opening will be used to turn the bag right side out.
* Stitch the other side seam, starting at the top using a 1/2" seam allowance.
* Clip corners.
* Iron the seams open and flat.

ATTACHING STRAPS TO THE MAIN FABRIC
* Turn the main fabric right side out.
* Placement of the straps are 2 1/2" from the side seam.
* Pin the raw edge of the strap to the top of the main fabric 2 1/2" from the side seam.
* Without twisting, pin the other raw edge of the strap to the top of the main fabric 2 1/2" from the other side seam.
* Repeat this process with the second strap.

JOINING THE BAG AND LINING
* Slip the main fabric inside the lining fabric (the right sides are together).
* Match the side seams of main fabric and lining fabric, pin the lining to the main body fabric all the around the top.
* Stitch all the way around the top edge using a 1/2" seam allowance.
* Reach into the hole at the bottom of the lining and pull the main fabric out through this opening.
* Sew the lining opening closed by folding the raw edges to the inside and stitch close to the edge.
* Push the lining inside the main bag body matching the corners.
* Press the top edge of the bag.
* To hold the outer fabric and lining fabric in place, top stitch all the way around the top of the bag close to the edge.

Enjoy your trick or treat bag.

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