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How to sew a lingerie bag

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A lingerie bag to sew for travelling. Keep your undies safe from snags in your case, or use one side for clean, the other for worn. I also use one of these for my flip flops too.

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Today we have a lingerie travel bag tutorial for you, from Linda Reynolds. This double compartment bag can either be used to sort your undies, or take it away travelling and use one side for clean and the other side for worn.

We think if you checked the size carefully, you could also use this bag for carrying your sandles, shoes and flip flops in your luggage too.

Here is what you need to make the bag:
½ yard of material for the outer shell, either a washable cotton or silk or satin – your choice
Two 14 inch (longer is better) nylon zippers, in a coordinating color
½ yard soft fusible batting
½ yard lining material, either a simple, washable cotton or a synthetic lining material
Ribbon to tie the bag together

Find the pattern and tutorial here

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