To prepare the juice pouches I removed the glue and cleaned the packs. I slice the bottoms, fill the sink with warm soapy water. Rinse and set in bucket to dry over night. I set them outdoors.
Then I take the desired colors and line up the edges about one half inch. Zig zag stitch the middle and continue to the other side. Make 2 of these.
The bottom is made from 3 packs and zig zag stitched as well. Leave about a inch of each corner open. This will help to get the corners correct at the end.
Sides get added to the front and back. I now straight stitch this part.
The handles are made of 2 packs cut in half. Then the edges are sewn to make 4 panels of handle.
Zig zag stitch the handles to the bag, add your favorite boa and you're done.
By Sharon from North Miami Beach, FL
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Love it! Perfect. Could you please send the pattern?
i have made a pdf for a purse let me see how to send it. send email to jsexyshay AT bellsouth.net. I have paid money for all my patterns. I happen to have found it easy to learn as I go so I'll be sending only 6 for free. Thanks for the understanding.
this look like a great project my runs a senior program this will make a great project can some one please post the instructions step by step please thank you patty