Free Travel Bag Patterns

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A collection of the best free Travel Bag Patterns & Tutorials on the web
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: When sewing a garment that needs a zipper, choose a zipper that’s slightly longer than what your pattern
calls for or a zipper that’s slightly longer than the length of your zipper opening. It’s generally easier to shorten a
zipper that's too long than to insert a zipper that’s precisely the right length.

Tip #2: If you need to duplicate a pattern, try using waxed paper to make your templates. It’s lightweight, see-
through, and most of us have it on hand in our cupboard. And if you need larger pieces, simply tape pieces of the
paper together.

Note: If a project below includes a printable pattern, you’ll see a “p” next to its title. If a project doesn’t include
a pattern template, it likely consists of simple fabric shapes (like squares and rectangles) that you can easily
measure and cut yourself. And note that some projects may be designed for a specific type of sewing machine.
However, if a project you like calls for, say, complex embroidery stitches and you have just a simple zigzag
machine, you can try experimenting with a satin stitch, hand-embroidering a design, or adding purchased
embellishments instead.
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Sewing Quick Tip:

If you’re making an item from several fabrics of different colors and you plan to launder your
finished item, test each fabric first for colorfastness (and any trims and linings too). You'd hate to
work so hard on an project, wash it for the first time, and find that one fabric has bled all over
another. To test fabrics for colorfastness, submerge each fabric individually in the same water
temperature and detergent you plan to wash your finished item in. If the water turns color or dye
comes off when you press the wet fabric between layers of a white towel, your fabric isn’t
colorfast. If this is the case, you can either choose different fabrics, rinse your fabric in diluted
vinegar which may set the dye, wash your finished item in cold water, which may keep your fabric
from bleeding, or have your finished item dry cleaned.
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