Pocket Wetbag

Pocket Wetbag
 
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Milia Published on 12/13/2017, viewed by 1411 , 0 Comments

Easy project that you can adapt for bigger sizes, use as a sandwiche bag. This one in particular is for your used cloth pads, after you change them, (if you are at work for example).

What you will need

28x12cm cotton

28x12cm PUL

thread

press stud

How to do this project

1

Place the polyurethane side with the right side of the fabric

Place the polyurethane side with the right side of the fabric

2

If you use pins, make sure to be on the edges or if may ruin the polyurethane (leak resistant). Sew all around leaving only a small part open so you can turn to the right side. Cut the 4 edges

If you use pins, make sure to be on the edges or if may ruin the polyurethane (leak resistant). Sew all around leaving only a small part open so you can turn to the right side. Cut the 4 edges

3

Turn to the right side. Close the part that was still opened with a straight stitch.

Turn to the right side. Close the part that was still opened with a straight stitch.

4

First use the tool to make a little hole to mark the place that you will place the press stud

First use the tool to make a little hole to mark the place that you will place the press stud

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