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(Free!) Buttercup Bag Sewing Pattern

(Free!) Buttercup Bag Sewing Pattern
This pattern uses a mere fat quarter of fabric for the outer + a little less of another fabric for lining. If you’re using quilting cotton for the outer fabric, I recommend using a fusible interfacing to strengthen it. You’ll also need a magnetic snap and (optionally) a couple of buttons, although it looks pretty cute without the buttons too. I think this would also look great with some piping or ric-rac over the pleats…I can’t wait to see what y’all do with this one! While I appreciate links to this post (but not directly to the pattern), please don’t “borrow” my pictures without permission. Thanks and enjoy! TERMS OF USE: This pattern is offered for free with the understanding that my readers will use it for personal use only. ARE YOU A HOME SEWIST WHO IS INTERESTED IN SELLING BUTTERCUP BAGS? WOULD YOU PREFER TO PURCHASE A BUTTERCUP BAG FROM A TALENTED LICENSED BUTTERCUP SELLER? After reading the Terms of Use (above), This blog is proudly sponsored by Smaller Buttercup’s measurements:

http://www.made-by-rae.com/2009/02/free-buttercup-bag-sewing-pattern/

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