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I was inspired by the stuff sacks used by campers and backpackers to keep stuff organized in a backpack. I use my stuff sacks to carry my Canon Rebel camera, and another one to store my acrylic paints - 14 bottles. I use another one for a lunch bag on the days I'm on campus. These stuff sacks are also great for gathering treasures along the trail, fallen leaves, pinecones, acorns, a piece of sea glass or a unique fossil. You could also use this for your knitting or embroidery project. The possibilities are endless!

Pattern includes instructions for three sizes:
Small has a 6-inch flat bottom,
Medium has a 7-inch flat bottom
Large has an 8-inch flat bottom.
The height can be up to you; I usually make them 8-9 inches tall.

There are so many great things you could use a stuff sack for, especially when you choose fabrics you love. This would also be another great way to repurpose fabrics from clothing you're no longer wearing.

Personally, I love these bags, so I hope you will too.

This pattern is suitable for intermediate sewers and can be easily made in an afternoon.

Pattern will be emailed to you within a few of hours of purchase, when possible. Pattern will be emailed as an Adobe PDF file format.

Copying 2012 Terri Wilhelm. Please do not sell this pattern or a finished item made from this pattern without my permission.

Stuff Sack PDF Sewing Pattern

Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: cotton, fabric, thread, piping, flannel, interfacing, drawstring
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  • Ships worldwide from United States
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