Image Credit: Sew Very Crafty via YouTube
Looking for a new sewing project to add to your to-do list for the weekend? Try this fabric trash bag for your car by Sew Very Crafty on YouTube! Not only is it super easy to make that even beginners can look like experts, but it is also pretty quick to make. This video tutorial is hassle-free so expect not to encounter too much unnecessary and complicated instructions. Enjoy!
Grab the interfacing fabrics and attach them to the wrong sides of your outer fabric, then give them a good press. Lay the outer fabrics together with their right sides facing, then sew them around three sides using ½” seam allowance, box both lower corners, and then turn it right side out. Grab the lining fabrics and lay them together with their right sides facing, sew around three sides with ½” seam allowance making sure to leave about 3 inches gap at the bottom for turning later. Box the bottom corners as you did with the outer fabric earlier. Set them aside while you prepare the strap.
Fold the 3*15″ piece of fabric in half lengthwise, then press. Open the fabric, then fold both sides toward the center before folding them in half again, and topstitch along both edges of the strap. Fold the strap in half, then place and match its raw edges in the outer fabric’s raw edges with their right sides facing, and pin the strap in place. Place the outer fabric inside the lining with their right sides together and their side seams matching, and sew them together at their upper raw edges with a ¼” seam allowance. Turn the bag right side out through the gap at the bottom of the lining fabric, then sew around the top of the bag, and sew the gap on the lining fabric close as well.
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