Pocket Wetbag

Pocket Wetbag
 
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Milia SimielliPublished on 12/13/2017

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).

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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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