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I used a stool we had but were no longer using. You can buy these at any hardware store. Of course you could use ribbon as well. And really the amount needed depends on how long your want your ties to be. My stool was a light colored wood that I no longer like so I sprayed it white.
Now here is how you determine how much fabric you are going to need. Take and lay your stool on its side. Measure from right under the seat part to the bottom of the last rung. See the piece of fabric below? You are going to want to cut out a piece of fabric like so as well.
Which means you are going to need 12 pieces the same exact size to make a gift wrapping organizer just like mine.
So measure your piece of fabric or use your measurements to determine the amount of fabric needed. But to be certain, do the math yourself by your measurements.
Cut out your 12 pieces of fabric per your measurements. Leave the top widest part of bag open. Now you want to square off the edges to give the bag shape.
To do this, fold your bag out like shown below. Draw a line across. Sew on the lines you just drew. Trim off the excess fabric. Now your bag has shape. The remaining 4 pieces will be cut later to make the smaller bags.
Now gather your bias tape. You are going to cut your bias tape or ribbons to the length that you want your ties to be. Now top stitch your bias tape shut. This is where you will want to attach your bias tape. Fold bias tape in half. Place folded part of bias tape on top of marks and tack in place.
Now take one of your bags and turn it wrong side out. Pin both bags together at top. Turn bag right side out through opening. Press and top stitch around top edge.Storage Bins, Boxes & Containers.
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