Garment Bag Patterns - 11 designs
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Garment Bag
Strictly Homemade
Hanging Garment
Moda Bake Shop
Garment Bag
Southern Stitches
11 of the best free Garment Bag Patterns & Tutorials on the web
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Sew your own fabric garment bags with this collection of eleven garment bag patterns and tutorials gathered from all
over the web.

And of course, one of the benefits of storing your clothing in a fabric bag rather than a in plastic dry-cleaning bag is that
a fabric bag won't trap moisture, which allows your clothing to breath, which can be especially important for delicate
fabrics and heirloom items.

A garment bag can also serve as great protection when transporting clothing to and from special events. Consider making
a bag that folds up for convenience.

And because of its simple shape, a garment bag can be super easy to sew (there are even a couple of tutorials that don't
require the installation of a zipper). And making your own garment bag means you can customize the bag to
accommodate the length of your clothing – perhaps shorter for children's clothing and longer for adult clothing. And if you
want to increase the sturdiness of your bag, add a lining to it. And for added protection, consider using a quilted fabric
for your bag (or quilt your own fabric).
Temple or Garment
My Decoupaged Life
Temple Garment
Mormon Chic

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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: For better accuracy when sewing long, straight seams, try extending the stitch guide on
your sewing machine. You can do this by either attaching a long piece of tape to the bed of your
machine or wrapping the bed of your machine with a wide rubber band.

Tip #2: In order to make fabric cutting easier, wipe the lint build-up from your scissor blades
with a clean, soft cloth after every few cuts. Your scissors will cut more smoothly and you'll
experience less hand fatigue.
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