Valentine Treat Sacks

valentine treat sack

Valentine’s Day is just days away and we’re making a few last minute plans to share the love with friends and family. Whether you’re looking to gift sweet treats, a few charm packs, or some of your favorite interfacing (wink wink), these treat sacks from Deborah Vollbracht of Creative Folk Quilting are the perfect method of delivery. Deborah has put together a fantastic, easy-to-follow pattern that will make whipping up a handful of these an afternoon possibility. So grab your favorite fabrics, assemble your Pellon® products, and start deciding which friend gets what print;). Spread the love!!

Valentine Treat Sacks
They say good things come in threes, and these three Valentine Treat Sacks are exactly for that – good things! These easy-to-make, stylish treat sacks can be filled with Valentine’s candies, fat quarters, cookies or any number of delights.

Materials List
— 1/4 yard each of three different cotton fabrics for sack bodies
— One 4″ square each of three different cotton fabrics for heart applique
— Three 4″ squares of Pellon® 987F Fusible Fleece
— 1-¼ yard Pellon® 911FF Fusible Featherweight
— 1 pkg Pellon® EZ2-40T EZ-Steam® II 1/4“ tape
— Three yards 3/8” grosgrain ribbon

Tools List
— Sewing machine and related supplies
— Rotary cutter and related supplies
— Large safety pin or bodkin
— Mini iron (optional)
— 1” x 6” clear ruler (optional)
— Water soluble marker

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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deborahvollbrachtDeborah is an ordinary, everyday, in love with textiles quilter who loves non-traditional design. Lately her journey gravitates toward simple shapes and quickly completed projects—a sort of “side trip” on the quilting highway.  As they say, it’s not the destination, but the pleasure of the (fabric) journey in traveling there.

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