90+ Free Gift Bag Sewing Patterns

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Have You Ever Used a Bag to Wrap a Gift?

We had some friends over for dinner the other night and my friend brought a bottle of wine wrapped nicely in a fabric wine gift bag.  Of course, I had seen this before.  We have a pattern on our site linked below for just that, but it really dawned on me how good an impression that made.  It showed that not only did the guest care about the gift she was giving but also that she really wanted to present it in a memorable way.  Needless to say, it left a fantastic impression not only with me but with our other guests. 

A handmade fabric gift bag is a wonderful way to present not only wine but any gift this is worth giving.  I decided to have a look at all the different options for gift bag sewing patterns that are available on the internet today.  As usual, I wanted to share my collection with you below.

gift bag sewing patternsHere's A Fun Take on Fabric Gift Bags

A bottle of wine is a very traditional gift to bring when you've been invited to someone's house for dinner or a party.  Here's a fun and memorable way to present that gift that your hosts are sure to appreciate and remember.

Wine Bag Pattern and Video Tutorial

Gift Bag Sewing Patterns Roundup

Here's a list of some of the best gift bag sewing patterns I could find on the internet. I'm sure you'll love them. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.

Fabric Gift Bag With a Window!

This bag with a clear vinyl window makes a wonderful gift bag for that special child in your life.

Simple drawstring bag with vinyl window

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4 Responses to 90+ Free Gift Bag Sewing Patterns

  1. Lynda C Adair says:

    These ideas are a great way to use up scraps, as well as some not so favorite fabric in my stash. I have lots of Christmas left over fabric that I am going to use for this years gift giving, instead of having to find boxes and paper to wrap gifts in. Thanks for the ideas!!!

  2. Straw says:

    I have been doing thi for over 30 years. Sometimes I do make the bag deliberately as a second gift, a laundry bag for a graduate for example. Our families have loved building up a supply of bags. It means less wrapping at Christmas. My own family likes to repurpose the bags into lunch bags, make-up bags, etc. It is a wonderful way to use scraps!

  3. pamela says:

    What a great idea! It’s two gifts in one, because the bag could be used for the recipient for many other things as well.

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