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This self-lining ornament could be tied with any wonderful bit of ribbon or cord you've set aside for a holiday treat. A floral pic or miniature toy
This self-lining ornament could be tied with those bits of cord or yarn that are to good to toss. A floral pic or miniature toy ornament or tiny candy cane would look enchanting peeking out from the top of the bag. Alternatively, if the opening for turning the bag right side out is stitched shut before inverting, this would make a functional min-gift bag. And of course, the green end could become the lining, giving the complementary look.
The illustrations below were done on a quilting-weight test swatch.
cut & sew patterns (1843),
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You could also insert the green side into the red side, or even make the mini-toy bag half and half.
I untied the bow to show you how I first knotted a loop in the cord. Then you have a loop to hang the ornament after you tie the bow around the neck of the bag.
Here's how the ornament looks with a loop and bow. I plumped the sack and flared the top to make it look jollier.
Turn the mini-bag right sides out. Then insert the red end of the bag into the green end of the bag to form a lining.
Place the ovals right sides together and stitch around the 1/2 inch seam allowance indicated by the dark borders. Leave the red end open. I used orange thread for contrast.
Cut out the two ovals.
How the test swatch arrived compared to envelope.
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