Crafts/ DIY/ Handmade/ Nifty

{free tutorial: frühstückstüten}

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Dies ist das Ergebnis eines weiteren Bastel-Dates mit meiner Mom. Schon lange war dieses Prjekt auf unserer ToDo Liste, und endlich hatten wir alle Materialien zusammen dieße tollen Frühstückstüten zu nähen.

Das Nähen mit Wachstuch ist super! Ich überlege jetzt schon was ich damit als nächstes anstellen kann. ;)

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Hier ist die Anleitung für diese tollen Frühstückstüten (deutsche Anleitung folgt):

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Download als PDF

I’m partying here! ❤

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34 Kommentare

  • Antworten
    Tabatha
    Mittwoch, der 19. Mrz 2014 at 03:10

    So easy Vanessa. I would love for you to share on my Chic By You Link Party @ http://chicbytab.blogspot.ca/2014/03/chic-by-you-wednesday-link-party-4.html. Hope to see you there!

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 22. Mrz 2014 at 21:54

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Tabatha! :)
      I’m gonna head over to the party right now and hope I’m not too late this week.
      XO! Vanessa

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    Emily
    Mittwoch, der 19. Mrz 2014 at 15:13

    I got a few great oil cloth bags from a crafter while in Ireland, but I haven’t sewn with it yet, may have to try!

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Samstag, der 22. Mrz 2014 at 21:57

      They’re really easy to make and I’m sure you’d love the project. :)
      Thanks for stopping by and leaving some comment love.
      XO! Vanessa

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    Corinne
    Mittwoch, der 19. Mrz 2014 at 22:23

    These are adorable! Doesn’t look too hard either!

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    Lolly Jane
    Donnerstag, der 20. Mrz 2014 at 07:57

    This bag is SO cute! Pinned to make with my daughter soon- love it, Vanessa!

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    Ronda Waters @ the.refurbished.life
    Sonntag, der 23. Mrz 2014 at 01:30

    This is adorable, Vanessa! Pinning now! :)

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    Jennifer Dawn
    Mittwoch, der 26. Mrz 2014 at 05:01

    These are adorable! What a great tutorial! I’m featuring this at this week’s link party! http://www.thelifeofjenniferdawn.com/2014/03/a-little-bird-told-me-link-party-84.html

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    Marni @ Haberdashery Fun
    Mittwoch, der 26. Mrz 2014 at 17:48

    These are awesome! Found you over at DIY Dreamer. Where did you find the amazing fabric?

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Donnerstag, der 27. Mrz 2014 at 20:34

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Marni! :)
      I found the fabric at a local craft fair, but I’ve seen some cute ones on Etsy and Ebay.
      Sometimes you can find old tablecloths made from oilcloth at thrift stores that you can repurpose as well.
      Have a fabulous day!
      XO! Vanessa

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    Mme PiNat
    Freitag, der 4. April 2014 at 15:17

    Great tutorial and I love the result ! I will do it pretty soon, no doubt ! Thanks so much and yours are very nice !!!

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 6. April 2014 at 19:19

      Thank you so much for your sweet comment!! :)
      I hope you’ll try your hand on this as well. I love using mine for my lunches.
      Hugs! Vanessa

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    Marion
    Mittwoch, der 12. November 2014 at 19:11

    Hi dear Vanessa„ ich hab dein Projekt über Pinterest gefunden und war als Nähanfängerin begeistert von deinem tollen Bildern,. Ich hab die Bag nachgenäht und einen Blogeintrag darüber verfasst, mit einem Link zu dir zurück und einem Making-of vielen Fotos. Wenn du magst, schau gerne mal vorbei!
    This is my result:
    http://eurefotografin.de/kleine-vespertasche-aus-jeans-eine-denim-oilcloth-lunchbag/

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 23. November 2014 at 14:20

      Hey Marion,
      vielen Dank für Deinen lieben Kommentar!! :)
      Ich freue mich zu hören (& zu sehen), dass Dir das Projekt gefallen hat.
      Vielen Dank für die Verlinkung!
      Ganz liebe Grüße,
      Vanessa

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    Sweet
    Dienstag, der 26. Mai 2015 at 14:14

    this is super functional. I pinned it.

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    Karen
    Donnerstag, der 24. September 2015 at 20:23

    I need the bottom to measure 8X8 inches. I still need it to have the height of a regular lunch bag. How should I adjust cutting instructions?? I can’t wait to make some that will fit the plastic containers my sister uses for her lunches!!

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Sonntag, der 27. September 2015 at 11:33

      Hey Karen,
      I really just kinda made the pattern up as I went and didn’t follow certain dimensions..
      To get the bottom to measure 8×8 inches, I would think you’d need to first off make the width (between where you sew the straight lines in step 3) fit the circumference of the container. And maybe give it a little more room, so the container fits comfortably. Then for step 4 measure the square to be 4×4 inches (+ a little wiggle room), so when you sew across (step 5), you will end up with a base of about 8×8 inches.
      I hope this makes sense. :)
      Maybe try it out with just some regular fabric, that you won’t be upset about if it doesn’t turn out right on the first try.
      Have a great Sunday!
      XO’s from Germany,
      Vanessa

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    Katie
    Freitag, der 19. August 2016 at 14:53

    Hiya!!! I can’t wait to make this! Could you please tell me roughly what dimensions this bag was at the end? Thanks

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Mittwoch, der 31. August 2016 at 12:11

      Oh my, Katie, I am SO sorry I’m just now replying to your question. Somehow this comment kinda slipped through the cracks..
      The rough dimensions are 4 12 inches wide, 2 14 deep and 8 inches tall. I hope that helps! ;)
      XO’s from Germany,
      Vanessa

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    Mittwoch, der 12. April 2017 at 09:59

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