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Stitch & Stash project bag by Betz White

I’ve got a brand new sewing pattern to share with you today, the Stitch and Stash Bag! You may remember back in October when I introduced this bag as a finished item for purchase in my Etsy shop. Because they sold out so quickly (and I could only sew so many!) I decided to offer the bag as a sewing pattern.

Stitch & Stash Project Bag shown in three modes

The Stitch & Stash project bag is perfect for needlework on the go. Cinch it up, cuff it down or turn it inside out, this bag’s got tricks! Each bag has a nice round base for stability, a grommet and strap system for cinching and carrying, plus 2 sets of snaps to close up the top securely. The bag is lightly padded with a layer of batting for support but it’s not too rigid. The interior has a patch pocket for small accessories. Designed with knitters and crocheters in mind, there are no zippers, Velcro or drawstrings to snag your yarn or get in your way. Each bag is completely reversible, like 2 bags in 1!

Each pattern comes with templates and measurements for three sizes, Small, Medium and Large. I would rate the skill level as “Confident Beginner”, meaning that if you are familiar with using your sewing machine and have sewn a project or two from a pattern or book, you can make this! The Stitch & Stash PDF pattern is available now in my Etsy shop and my Craftsy pattern shop.

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  • YarnAddictAnni

    Love the bags. Will definitely make this for my knitting. Love the fabric. Where did you get it from? Off to buy pattern.

    • Betz White

      Hi Anni,
      I offer some of the fabrics in my Etsy shop!

  • angel

    Beautiful bags, fabrics and website!

  • Mary Claire

    Hi! I bought this pattern and the only 1 inch grommets I can find are for curtains that kind of snap together (rather than smoosh with a hammer and setter). Did you use the curtain ones for these bags? Thanks!

    • Betz White

      Hi Mary Claire,
      Yes! I used the curtain grommets from Dritz that snap together with your fingers.

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