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Pie Bag directions

Becky-book | Posted in Patterns on

I thought I had seen an article on how to make a Pie Bag in one of my magazines. Searching the Threads index revealed one in Issue 87, but my subscription does not go that far back, so it was not that one. I know there is a trick to getting all the pockets assembled properly and can’t remember how it goes together.

Thanks for any help!

Becky

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  1. sewslow67 | | #1

    Maybe I'm having a bit of brain fog this morning, but what is a "Pie Bag"? 

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      Becky-book | | #2

      A Pie Bag is a tote that has pie (wedge) shaped pockets inside for organizing your stuff; beach stuff, gardening stuff, knitting stuff, etc.And .... I found my directions in a "Quick to Make" book from Threads; that is why I thought I had it in a magazine.

      1. sewslow67 | | #3

        Ah ...very neat.  Thanks for the explanation ...and I am glad you found your directions.  Have fun with your project!

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          Becky-book | | #4

          I'll try to remember to take photos and post them!

          1. sewslow67 | | #5

            That would be great; please do!

      2. sewelegant | | #6

        Is this the same design as the jewelry pouches that are made from 2 circles, the smaller circle creating the pockets?  A drawstring pulls it all together at the top?

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          Becky-book | | #7

          No, it is quite a bit larger. There is a circle piece for the bottom, a long rectangle for the outer wall and 3 smaller rectangles for the inner walls. These inner walls form wedge shaped pockets, so when you look down on the open bag it resembles a pie. The directions say you can make it small for a hand bag or larger for a tote. I have not made one yet, but I want to get a head start on Christmas gifts this year!!Threads issue 87 was listed in the index as the source; I have directions in the book "Quick to Make - stylish gifts.." from Taunton Press.Becky

          1. sewelegant | | #8

            I will have to look it up it sounds interesting.  But first I'll have to find one or the other of the directions since neither is in my files.

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