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One day I got summoned to my roommates room to see the new best thing since sliced bread- a bag for your bread!

No really, a company designed a bag to carry your baguette around (link at end).

My friends and I have an intense love for bread (and cheese) and this new fashion statement seemed perfect for us. Knowing that I was the friend with the sewing machine, I got the requests to make this bag a reality for those of us who aren't out to spend a lot of money on toting our bread around (we have to save the money for the bread!). Don't laugh, think of the utility! Picnics, biking, feeling elite in the bakery...because the last thing you want is a smushed baguette.

Follow along as I show you how to make a bag to perfectly fit your baguette.

As a note, I did make a mock up before going through the process that you see here. But hopefully this Instructable makes it so you don't need a mock up at all!

Step 1: Materials

Here is what you'll need for your BAGuette!

  1. A fabric of your choice, at least a yard (length is a yard, and allow 20in width + extra)
  2. A second fabric of your chosing of the same dimensions. I used something heat resistant
  3. Scissors/Seem ripper
  4. Pins
  5. Tape measure
  6. Wash off fabric marker

<p>Just bought my daughter a one strap shoulder bag like that and now wish I had seen your instructable before the holidays. Kudos. I put this on my to-do list, and will link to it when I make one. </p>
<p>Wow! I wish I had one, this looks amazing!</p>

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Bio: Deirdre hails from Upstate, NY, which is not New York City or Canada or really even &quot;upstate&quot;. Deirdre is a struggling cosplayer and was shocked ... More »
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