Sewing Pattern: Envelope style gift bag

Sewing Pattern: Envelope style gift bag

$3.99


Item details

Digital download (2 PDF)

Our patterns come in an easy to assemble digital pattern format which can be printed from any printer onto A4 OR Letter Size (US) sheets of plain paper, are taped together using sellotape, and is then cut out as required, making it as easy as possible for you.

Our sewing patterns include both IMPERIAL AND METRIC measurements.

This cute and functional gift bag pattern can be used to put that finishing touch on all your gifts for those special occasions. It can be made quick and easily in just 10 simple steps.

A free pattern gift is also included when you purchase this item.

This pattern has 4 size variations: A6, A5, A4 and A3.

Also included in the instructions are:

Fabric Yardage (amount of fabric required)

Fabric suggestions

Notions – all the extras you need to complete your sewing project

Full, detailed, easy to follow sewing instructions

A size measuring guide in metric and imperial

PLEASE NOTE THIS PATTERN IS FOR HOME AND PERSONAL USE ONLY, SHOULD YOU WISH TO INVEST IN A COMMERCIAL LICENSE PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINK
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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars (101)
  • Kathy G Feb 17, 2020
    5 out of 5 stars
    Haven't had a chance to make this yet, but looks like a great pattern.
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  • Kathy G Feb 17, 2020
    5 out of 5 stars
    Haven't had a chance to make this yet, but looks like a great pattern.
    Kathy G reviewed Sara Ladies Waistcoat Sewing Pattern
  • Elizabeth Davis Feb 7, 2020
    4 out of 5 stars
    Great pattern but it runs short. I'm 5'8" with a long torso and adding 3-4 inches in length brought it to just above my hips where I wanted it.

    There are a couple of mismatches between millimeters and inches when indicating seam allowance. I followed the metric measurement in those cases.

    It also may have been a printer issue on my end, but the pattern was cut off at the bottom of the paper. Fortunately, the stitching lines helped me line up the pattern and figure out the positioning, but it was a bit of a hassle. I was printing on 8.5"x11" paper on a US printer.
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  • Joy Stephens Jan 10, 2020
    4 out of 5 stars
    I was pretty intimidated by the pattern description which may be more about my sewing confidence than the pattern itself.
    Joy Stephens reviewed Sewing Pattern: Ladies Simple Waistcoat