Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial and NEW! Boutique Wildflower Fabrics

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial and NEW! Boutique Wildflower Fabrics

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Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial

Sew a Big-Bigger Laundry Bag with NEW! Wildflower Boutique Fabrics and Cotton Canvas that expands to handle laundry and/or storage needs. It’s a bag or tote that has both function and style! Reverse the Big-Bigger Laundry Bag for a whole new look. The sewing is streamlined with a few rectangles of sturdy canvas fabric and cotton quilting fabric. Included in this pattern are directions for adding secondary handles, located 10″ below bag top edge. This secondary set of handles lends versatility to the Big-Bigger Laundry Bag! Plus, pattern includes Classic Timesaving Tips by Nancy Zieman!

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

 

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 109: Big-Bigger Laundry Bag

Watch Stitch it! Sisters Program 109: Big-Bigger Laundry Bag video with hosts Deanna Springer and Dana Casey. In this video, the Stitch it! Sisters share step-by-step fabric cutting and sewing techniques for making NZP’s Big-Bigger Laundry Bag from our Big-Bigger Laundry Pattern.

Big-Bigger Laundry bag by the Stitch it! Sisters

Teal Wildflower Boutique Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Bundle Box available at ShopNZP.comBuy it! Buy Sewing Tools, Sewing Patterns, Sewing Fabrics and More at ShopNZP.com by Nancy Zieman ProductionsThen, head over to ShopNZP.com and choose from four exclusive NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Bundle Boxes designed by the Stitch it! Sisters! Our NEW Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Bundle Boxes feature, NEW! Wildflower Boutique Fabrics! by Riley Blake Designs. The NEW Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Bundle Boxes include ALL SUPPLIES needed to make one Big-Bigger Laundry Bag! You’ll supply the thread.

Big-Bigger Laundry bag by the Stitch it! Sisters

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial

Approx. finished size 11″ W x 30″ H x 9″ D

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tools & Supplies

 

 

Timesaving Sewing Tips from Nancy ZiemanPre-shrink coordinating fabrics by steaming and pressing, and steaming and pressing a second time, and then spray press and starch fabric with June Tailor’s Quilter’s Starch Savvy — press and starch, press and starch.

 

Streamline the sewing process by cutting easy fabric rectangles!

Note From Team Nancy Zieman ProductionsYou’re the designer! Choose to make self-fabric bag handles with a 1″ Bias Tape Maker, or opt to make bag handles from ready-made cotton webbing (below).

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial

Big-Bigger Laundry bag by the Stitch it! Sisters

Prepare Fabrics from the NEW! Palette Pillow Bundle Box. We’re featuring the NEW! Wildflower Boutique Mosaic Teal Bundle Box.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Streamline our Big-Bigger Laundry Bag sewing process by cutting easy fabric rectangles!

Cut Fabric and Interfacing

  • Cut two 1-3/4″ crosswise fabric strips from cotton quilting fabric for self-fabric handles.


  • Cut two 22″ x 36″ rectangles from cotton quilting fabric for outer bag.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Cut two 1-3/4″ crosswise fabric strips from canvas fabric for self-fabric handles.


  • Cut two 22″ x 36″ rectangles from canvas fabric for inner bag.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Cut two 22″ x 14″ rectangles from canvas fabric for contrasting outer lower accent.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

6" X 24" Omnigrid Ruler

Clover's 45mm Rotary Cutter

Optional: Cut four 14″ lengths of Teal Cotton Webbing (for handles made with webbing).

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Stitch it! Sisters with Deanna Springer and Dana Casey You’re the designer! Choose to make make bag handles from ready-made cotton webbing, or opt to sew self-fabric bag handles with a 1″ Bias Tape Maker (below).

Prepare Self-Fabric Bag Handles

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Pin fabric strip end to ironing board, and iron the folded fabric strip as you pull the bias tape maker.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake DesignsStitch it! Sisters with Deanna Springer and Dana Casey Pin fabric strip end to ironing board, and iron the folded fabric strip as you pull the bias tape maker.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Position Double-Sided Basting Tape on the backside of one folded canvas fabric strip. Finger press in place. Remove paper backing from tape.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Center and place one folded cotton quilting fabric strip over the tape on the folded canvas fabric strip, wrong sides together, and finger press to secure.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Edgestitch along the two long edges of fabric strip set.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Repeat steps above for remaining self-fabric handle fabric strips.
  • Sub-cut fabric strip sets into four 14″ handles.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

Optional: Prepare Ready-made Cotton Webbing Bag Handles:

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using Clover’s Hot Ruler and an iron, press under 1/2″ along each short end of handle strips. Place a Wonder Clip at each pressed handle end and set aside.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Prepare Bag Accent

  • Turn the two 22″ x 14″ rectangles of canvas fabric horizontally, with wrong sides facing up.
  • Using Clover’s Hot Ruler and an iron, fold and press under 1/2″ to wrong sides along 22″ top edge of both rectangles.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using a 6-1/2″ square ruler and Chaco Liner, mark and cut out 5″ squares from each of the lower corners of both canvas rectangles. Cutouts will later form gussets at bag bottom!

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

Create Outer Bag

  • Turn two 22″ x 36″ rectangles of cotton quilting fabric vertically, with wrong sides facing up.
  • Using Clover’s Hot Ruler and an iron, fold and press under 1/2″ to wrong side along 22″ top edge of both fabric rectangles.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using a 6-1/2″ square ruler and Chaco Liner, mark and cut out 5″ squares from each of the lower corners of one cotton quilting fabric rectangle. Cutouts will later form gussets at bag bottom!

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Place one canvas accent rectangle to lower edge of one cotton quilting outer bag rectangle, wrong side of canvas fabric to right side of cotton quilting fabric. Wonder Clip/pin.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Topstitch along upper edge of canvas accent fabric, near fold.
  • Baste canvas accent to outer bag along remaining fabric edges, using a 5mm stitch length and scant 1/4″ seam.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Repeat steps above and create a second outer bag unit and set aside.

 

Stitch it! Sisters with Deanna Springer and Dana Casey Machine basting is a great way to keep fabric layers together during the sewing process and eliminates pinning! Machine baste with long running stitches, 5mm in length, to hold 2 or more layers of fabric in position. And, there’s no need to remove the basting stitching – they’ll be hidden within the seams of the finished bag project.

 

  • Place the two outer bag units right sides together. Wonder Clip/pin.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Stitch or serge bottom bag seam.
Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs
  • Using an iron, press seam open or to one side.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Unfold pressed under outer bag top edges and align side seams, with right sides together, Wonder Clip/pin.
Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs
  • Stitch or serge side seams.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using an iron, press seams open or to one side.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Meet bag gusset cutouts on one lower bag edge, right sides together, folding side seam to align/stack with bottom bag seam.
  • Stitch or serge gusset seam. Press seam flat.
  • Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake DesignsRepeat steps above for opposite outer bag gusset and set aside.

Create Inner Bag

  • Turn two 22″ x 36″ rectangles of canvas fabric vertically, with wrong sides facing up.
  • Using Clover’s Hot Ruler and an iron, fold and press under 1/2″ to wrong side along 22″ top edge of both canvas rectangles.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Repeat steps above for second canvas rectangle.
  • Place the two rectangles of canvas fabric, right sides together. Wonder Clip/pin.
Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs
  • Stitch bottom inner bag seam.
Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs
  • Using an iron, press seam open or to one side.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Unfold pressed under inner bag top edges and align side seams, with right sides together, Wonder Clip/pin. Stitch side seams.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using an iron, press seams open or to one side.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Meet bag gusset cutouts on one lower bag edge, right sides together, folding side seam to align/stack with bottom bag seam.
  • Stitch gusset seam. Press seam flat.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Repeat for opposite inner bag gusset.

Note From Team Nancy Zieman ProductionsUse your standard sewing machine to sew gusset seams. The layers of fabric may become too thick to stitch with a serger.

Assemble Inner and Outer Bag and Attach Handles
• Using Clover’s Point 2 Point Turner, turn outer fabric bag right side out.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Re-fold pressed under top bag edges at 1/2″ pressed line.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Insert inner canvas bag inside outer bag, wrong sides together, aligning side-seams. Pin or Wonder Clip.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Topstitch inner and outer bag together, near folded edge. Press.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Using an erasable fabric marking pen, or Chaco Liner, and Supersize 5-in-1 Sliding Gauge place a 3″ mark on each side of side seams, 1″ down from upper edge of outer bag (make a total of four markings.)
Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Position the folded end of one handle to one of the marked lines. Carefully pin through layers with a sturdy Flower Head Pin.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

Stitch it! Sisters with Deanna Springer and Dana Casey Because we’re stitching through Double-Sided Basting Tape, use a Super Nonstick NeedleSize 90/14 – to topstitch handles in place.

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Topstitch fabric strip set handle or optional ready-made Cotton Webbing handle to bag – stitching along handle side, top, and bottom, forming a stitched 1″ square with optional “X” pattern.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

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  • Repeat steps above and attach handle at opposite edge. Be sure handle is not twisted!
  • Repeat for second handle on opposite side of bag.
  • Turn bag wrong side out.

Attach Secondary Handles 10″ Below Bag Top Edge

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

  • Position and pin the folded end of one handle to one of the marked lines.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Sewing Tutorial at the Nancy Zieman Productions Blog Featuring Wildflower Boutique Fabrics by Riley Blake Designs

NEW! Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Tutorial

  • Topstitch fabric strip set handle or optional ready-made Cotton Webbing handle to bag – stitching along handle side, top, and bottom, forming a stitched 1″ square with optional “X” pattern.

Stitch it! Sisters with Deanna Springer and Dana Casey When sewing handles to bag, convert sewing machine to free arm position.

  • Repeat steps above and attach handle at opposite edge. Make sure handle is not twisted.
  • Repeat for second handle on opposite side of bag.

Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Features

  • For a “big” fabric bag, fold top edge over at secondary handles.
  • For “bigger” fabric bag, extend bag fully up.
  • Reverse Big-Bigger Laundry Bag for a whole new look!

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Big-Bigger Laundry bag by the Stitch it! Sisters

 

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19 Comments

  • Charlotte Dunn
    August 25, 2020

    I love the bigger bag and love those big bright colors, but I probably need to make my laundry bag in tans to coordinate with my room. Maybe I could go big and bright and leave it in the closet !!

  • Lorraine Alves
    August 25, 2020

    The Big-Bigger Laundry Bag is perfect for home use and excellent for students attending school away from home. It makes a perfect container for the laundry waiting to be washed. An excellent carrier to and from the laundry.

  • Ann West
    August 25, 2020

    The Red Wildflower Boutique Big-Bigger Laundry Bag Bundle Box would be my choice because of all the bright colors in it. It would be perfect to put in a bedroom or a dorm room for ease in doing one’s laundry.

  • Tonna
    August 25, 2020

    I love the original colors you choose. The Teal Big-Bigger laundry bag. I have been wanting to make a laundry bag. I must have been waiting for the right pattern and it looks like I finally found it! I really like the addition of the second set of handles. I can see where those could come in very handy.

  • Kathryn E
    August 25, 2020

    Definitely the teal big bigger laundry bag. I love those flowers and teal is such a joyous color.

  • Pat
    August 25, 2020

    I would make the laundry bag in the Green Mosaic fabric. I reminds me of spring daisies.

  • Nancy
    August 25, 2020

    I like the teal wildflower material.

  • Carolyn T
    August 25, 2020

    The Yellow Wildflower Big-Bigger Laundry Bag would be a delightful gift for my friend. She loves everything red and replacing her current humdrum laundry bag sounds fun.

  • Joyce Migliore
    August 25, 2020

    That is a great laundry bad, I would make the teal wildflower bag.

  • Jade
    August 25, 2020

    I love red, so I’d go for the red wildflower set…the brighter the better!

  • Susan Du
    August 25, 2020

    I like the yellow wildflower print as it’s so cheerful! Thanks for the project as my daughter was just asking if I could make her a laundry bag. Perfect timing!

  • Carol Rechtoris
    August 25, 2020

    I like the teal/green combo. Thanks for the tutorial.

  • Suzanne C.
    August 25, 2020

    My ancient wicker hamper finally wore out and I’ve decided to make this lovely Teal Big Bigger Laundry Bag to take it’s place. Seems like it will hold a lot of clothes.

  • CARLA
    August 25, 2020

    I just love the TEAL bigger bag as it won’t stand out in my bedroom (or any room like the yellow would) and I could use it for all kinds of things not just laundry. In this day and age of having our own laundromat in our home, this bag would be great for little children toys when you want to go on a trip and take it with you because it would be large enough to fit the biggest stuff along with their clothes, or you could have it at home in your sewing room to put anything in that you would need a lot of space. Thanks for the idea and the video.

  • Susan
    August 25, 2020

    The Big-Bigger Laundry Bag is a terrific item for carrying down comforters and linens to the washing machine. Love the Wildflower Boutique teal fat quarter color combination.

  • Dixie
    August 25, 2020

    I love the bigger bag. Would be great to send to college with my granddaughter,

  • Bonnye
    August 25, 2020

    The teal bigger bag would be great for me to carry my clothes to the outdoor clothesline in my yard.

  • Clovis
    August 25, 2020

    Aybody would love the big bags to carry their clothes in.

  • sonja
    August 27, 2020

    i really like the yellow and red combo. i have not heard of a non-stick needle but would like to try them.

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