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42 of the best free Wine Bag Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Wine Bag*
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Wine Tote*
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Velvet Wine Bag*
Satin Wine Bag*
Quilted Wine Tote
Needle and Spatula
Wine Bottle Gift Bag
Warehouse Fabrics
Charming Wine Gift
Moda Bake Shop
Wine Gift Bag
Prudent Baby
Cozy Wine Koozy
Moda Bake Shop
Wine Bag
A Crummy Marriage
Double Wine Bag
Wine Bottle Bag
Insatiable Need
Fabric Gift Bag for
a Wine Bottle
Fireflies and Jellybeans
Burlap Wine Bag
The Rescued Home
Recycled Shirt
Sleeve Wine Bag
Adventures in Dressmaking
Blue Jean Wine Bag
The Sunflower Patch
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Recycled Sweater
Wine Bag
Create My Event
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Sewn and Grown
Denim Wine Bag
Cathie Filian
Lined Drawstring
Wine Bag
A Blue Sky Kind of Life
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Sew wine bags with this collection of over forty free wine bag patterns & tutorials gathered from all over the web.

And a wine bag is not only an adorable or elegant way to present a gift of wine to your hostess, but a wine bag that’s
quilted can also serve as protection (and even insulation) for your wine bottle as it’s being transported. And if you give
your wine bag a handle, it becomes a convenient tote. Plus, a wine bag that’s reusable can be a great hostess gift in

And if you happen to be making your wine bag from a slippery fabric like satin or silk, here are a couple of tips: When
cutting out your slippery fabric, try covering your cutting surface with a cotton muslin or other textured fabric to help
keep the fabric from shifting out of place as you cut. And when sewing your slippery fabric, if you find one layer shifting
ahead of the other, try hand-basting the two layers together first – one row of stitching on one side of the seamline and
another row of stitching on the other side of the seamline, then machine sew in between the rows of basting.

And if you're making your wine bag from a velvet or napped fabric, to keep from crushing the fabric's pile when you
press it, try placing a terrycloth towel underneath it (if you don't have a velvet board). Place the velvet fabric face down
on the towel and lightly press.

And if you're new to sewing, a wine bag can make a great first project because it consists of straight seams and simple
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Wine Bottle Bag
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Simply Made with Love
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Consider cutting your pattern pieces from a single layer of fabric if your fabric is very
thick and two layers would be difficult to cut through. Or, your fabric is a print and you need to
accurately match the design.

Tip #2: Stay away from cheap thread. It tends to be fuzzy, which means it will leave a trail of
lint all through your sewing machine. It also tends to be weaker and full of nubs, which means
it’s more likely to break in your machine.
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