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These drawstring bags are easy to make and are very useful for school.
Pillowcase Rope Scissors If you want to make your bag smaller than the pillowcase you will need: A Sewing Needle Embroidery floss
If you would like to make your drawstring backpack shorter than the pillowcase follow these steps. If you do not, then skip this step and go on to ...
Cut 1-inch slits 1/2 inch from each of the top four corners on the first layer of the pillowcase. (Front right, front left, back right, back left). If ...
Cut a small circle (or circle like) hole through both layers of the bottom two corners. The hole should be about 1/2 inch in diameter.
Take the rope and thread it through the front left slit. Once the rope is through the front slit on the right, thread it through the slit closest ...
Put one rope through the hole. Take the other rope and bring it next to the rope in the hole. Tie a granny know with them and make ...
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