Carrot Easter Bag

Materials:

Scissors,  Thread and Needle                     Yellow Cotton Fabric                       Orange and Green Fleece Fabric            2 Buttons and a Sewing Machine (optional)

 

 

Cutting Instructions:

First we are going to cut the Orange Fleece on the shape of a carrot (triangle shape)  No need to measure it 🙂

 

 

Then we will cut a hole on the bottom tip We are going to insert the green french on this later.

 

 

Now we are going to cut the green Fleece fabric to create a french for the bottom of our carrot.

 

Sewing Instructions:

First we are going to sew the folds           on the opening of the bag.  Sewing each side individually.

 

 

Then we will sew the sides together. 

 

 

 

Our Yellow Cotton Fabric is for our handle. Fold fabric on half and cut a long strip of fabric, this way you will only have to sew on one side 🙂

 

Then with tread and needle you will sew the center of the fabric strip (loosely) so you can scrunch the fabric. This will create your handle.

 

After that I used my sewing machine to secured the folds on my handle.

 

 

Now is time to secured the handle to the bag!

 

 

 

The last thing I did was to add a Button on each side of my handle just to add some decor to it.  You can add flowers or any kind of embellishment you like.

 

And that is it!  You have a cute Bag!

For more details on how to make this bag watch this video tutorial 🙂

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16 Comments

  1. This is such a simple project, especially one for me. I am too impatient for complex projects

  2. This bag is so cute! I would like to make it someday.

  3. Awww this is so cute and creative! So simple yet so intimate. Its all in the detail.

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  4. Jane

    How cute is that! This would be so fun for neighbor gifts.

  5. what an adorable little bag! so perfect for trick or treating.

  6. This is such an original DIY – so cute!

  7. This looks like a fun craft project and you could use as a great yard game!

  8. You sure can. Thanks Nina

  9. yes this will be perfect for halloween too 🙂

  10. For sure, you can put anything in it 🙂

  11. Exactly sometimes less is more 🙂

  12. Let me know how it goes 🙂

  13. I know right lol Everyone can do it 🙂

  14. Victoria Eisenberg

    I like this so much better than baskets. Baskets always seem to get ruined so fast. Thanks for sharing.

  15. Yes all of mine got damages and take a lot of space in the boxes lol

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