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Origami isn't just for paper anymore. This Origami bag tutorial incorporates folding fabric and sewing to create a unique accessory. Plus, you don't have to worry about paper cuts!

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I love this funky little bag and simply have to have one! At least one, lol! Reading the pattern I'm a bit confused about the part when you start folding the bag into its shape but perhaps it will become clearer when I have the fabric in front of me. Anyone got any suggestions that may help? Please?

I have just made the bag. Instructions were so easy to follow. . I used a fat quarter and a part of a scarf to make it. Thank you for sharing.

I love this. very good instructions and looks magical

I loved this. I made it larger, with an over the shoulder strap as well as the pull ties, and it's going to my sister with her birthday present in. Thank you for the crystal-clear tutorial!

I love this lovely bag pattern. This is going to be a first lesson in sewing for my 10 yr old grand daughter. I learn to sew at that age by my Gram's.

I made 3 of these to use as part of graduation presents. (The other part will be a tucked in check.) I made them each out of leftover quilting fabric. I think the next time I make some I will put the walking foot on my machine so I can sew the layers more easily. Also, when sewing the casing seams, I did not sew all the way across. I started and stopped at the slanted edge of the turned down triangle. I loved the way they turned out, and I know I will be making more of them. Thank you so much!

I would like to find a pattern for a tea cozy. thank you


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