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Sew gardener's bag yourself: Here's how
Sew gardener's bag yourself: Here's how

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Rake, scissors, shovel - you can store all of this in a gardener's bag instead of carrying it individually through the garden. How do you get such a practical tool bag? With these instructions you can sew them yourself!

Table of contents Table of contents Sew gardener bag yourself: How it works

  • You need:
  • Step 1: cut fabrics
  • Step 2: reinforce fabrics
  • Step 3: sew the bag body
  • Step 4: cut outer pockets
  • Step 5: sew outer pockets
  • Step 6: insert pocket bottom
  • Step 7: make the handle

Table of contents Table of contents Sew gardener bag yourself: How it works

  • You need:
  • Step 1: cut fabrics
  • Step 2: reinforce fabrics
  • Step 3: sew the bag body
  • Step 4: cut outer pockets
  • Step 5: sew outer pockets
  • Step 6: insert pocket bottom
  • Step 7: make the handle

You need:

  • various cotton fabrics in 140 cm width:

    for the main compartment: 30 cm green and white striped fabric (coated), 60 cm green and white polka dot fabric (coated)

    for the outer pockets: two different, color-matching fabrics à 20 x 140 cm, two other color-matching fabrics à 15 x 140 cm (e.g. floral fabrics in mint / colored, pastel-colored plaid fabrics)

  • 30 cm non-woven fabric, for example Decovil I Light from Freudenberg
  • Iron-on fleece line, 70 x 90 cm, for example G 700 fabric insert from Freudenberg
  • color matching yarn, e.g. B. Sewing seamstress from Gütermann creativ
  • Bias tape Vichykaro in green, for example from Westphalia fabrics
  • Grosgrain ribbon in green, for example from Satab
  • Pieces of Velcro
  • Compass, tape measure, sewing chalk

Step 1: cut fabrics

First, pick up the coated striped fabric and the nonwoven. Then cut an 80.5 x 25 cm piece for the outer fabric of the gardener bag (= part A), and a circle with a diameter of 25.5 cm for the bottom (= part B) using the compass. Now cut the coated dotted fabric and the fleece for the inner lining to the size of parts A and B. Finally, cut two strips of 58 x 8 cm each out of the dot fabric for the handles.

Step 2: reinforce fabrics

The gardener's bag becomes more stable and firm thanks to the non-woven and non-woven lines. Iron these fabric inserts onto the striped or dotted fabric from the left.

Step 3: sew the bag body

Put the outer fabric and the lining right to right on top of each other and stitch the narrow sides together 1 cm wide. Then the additions are ironed apart, then the piece of fabric is turned over. Now put the outer fabric and the lining exactly inside each other, surround the upper edge with bias tape all around and stitch the grosgrain ribbon over the bias seam.

Step 4: cut outer pockets

For the outer part of your gardener bag (= parts 1 to 4 in the sketch), cut two differently patterned remnants of fabric (= outer fabric plus lining), for the closure flap (= part 5) a 10 x 6 cm wide strip. You also need a Vieseline insert that is cut to size for each part - then iron on.

Please note the following dimensions:

  • Bag 1: 19 x 18 cm
  • Bag 2: 19 x 13 cm
  • Bag 3: 21 x 17 cm
  • Pocket 4: 22 x 11 cm
Schemazeichnung Gärtnertasche
Schemazeichnung Gärtnertasche

Here you see a schematic drawing for the patch pockets of the gardener bag.

Step 5: sew outer pockets

For pockets 1 to 3, place the outer fabric and lining right on right and topstitch them 1 cm wide. You should leave the bottom side open for turning. Then fold parts 4 and 5 (see sketch) right to right so that the longer side is cut in half. Next, stitch the open edges 1 cm wide, leaving the bottom edges open to fall. All seam allowances are cut back, the parts turned and ironed.

Overcast part 5 on the open edge and cross stitch Velcro at the opposite end. To do this, stitch the corresponding Velcro tape in the middle on the upper closed edge on part 2. Part 4 is stitched in the middle left to right on the cutting edge of part 1 with narrow edges along the vertical edges.

For pockets 2 and 3, iron 2 cm deep folds in width on both sides. To do this, draw a marking line 4 cm parallel to the seam on both sides, lay the vertical pocket edges along the marking left to left, iron the edges, place the pocket edges flush with the broken edge on the outside and iron again.

Then sew the bags onto the body of the gardener's bag according to the sketch: To do this, stitch bags 1 to 3 along the lower open edges of the bag body. Take the folds of pockets 2 and 3 into account and top up the closure flap for pocket 2. Now overcast the lower open edge of the bag body. Grasp the attached pockets and folds at the same time and fix them.

Step 6: insert pocket bottom

For the bottom of the garden bag, place the two parts for outer fabric and lining on top of each other on the left and stitch them together with a close edge. Then plug the bottom of the bag right to right onto the bag body and sew it in place.

Step 7: make the handle

For the handles, fold each strip of fabric right to right and topstitch the open edges 1 cm wide. Leave one narrow side open. Then turn the whole thing over, close the open edge and iron over it. Then topstitch the straps all around with a narrow edge. Finally, you only have to stitch the handle ends at a distance of 14 cm onto the outer edge of the bag, with a distance of approx. 5 cm to the upper edge. Your practical gardener bag is ready, in which you can store all the tools for the garden.

Gärtnertasche selber genäht
Gärtnertasche selber genäht

The many small pockets on the outside of the gardener's bag offer plenty of additional storage space for tools that you need in the garden.

Photo: Gütermann GmbH

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