Strawberry Treat Bags

I love making little drawstring bags. I’ve had this idea for strawberry treat bags for a while and I knew Easter would be the perfect time to finally design and release this pattern. After all, who doesn’t love fluffy bunnies, cute chicken and of course some strawberries treat bags thrown in the mix.

These sweet Strawberry Treat Bags are the perfect addition to your Easter celebrations. You can add a sweet strawberry bag filled with small treats to an Easter gift or basket. But of course, they are equally sweet, on their own filled with little gifts and trinkets.

Not only are they adorable but they are quick and easy to whip up in around an hour or less, making a great last-minute gift, especially if you usually leave stuff until the last minute, don’t worry we are all guilty of this from time to time.

You can also use the template to make scrappy or patchwork versions too, which is great if you are looking for a quick scrap busting project.

This patten has two sizes, a small and a large size depending on how many treats you wish to fit in, or even use them as a gift bag for something else small and special.

If you want to make some sweet strawberry treat bags too, head on over to Etsy. It’s a digital PDF pattern so you can download it immediately and start sewing right away!

If you do make this bag, please tag me on either Facebook or Instagram so I can share your lovely makes.

Any questions or suggestions, please leave a comment below.

A little reminder that I still have 20% OFF this pattern until the end of March as well as my cute Bunny Bib pattern that can also be found in my Etsy store. Another perfect little Easter addition.

Happy sewing, Kellie. X.

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