rotary cutter & mat
feather weight fusible interfacing
Using your quilting ruler, rotary cutter & mat, cut out fabric scraps into 2"x4" rectangles. Following manufacturer's directions, fuse your interfacing to the back of your rectangles. I like to do mine in a big batch all at once.
Next, cut out each rectangle, fold in half with right sides together, and sew (using your machine) 1/8" inch around three sides of your square. I sew the ends of the open side just a smidge to make turning in the raw edge easier. Trim your square with pinking shears and turn out.
Now fill your bag 2/3 full of dry beans. Turn down the raw edge and hand stitch closed using your embroidery thread and needle. I used a blanket stitch for a tidy look.
I'm more than happy to share this project with you and hope that you enjoy the process of creating! If you liked this project leave me a comment! Thanks so much~ Susannah