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Recipe Name: Fabric Bags For Pancake Mix Submitted by: Administrator
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Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
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Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
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Directions:
For fabric bag for Almond Pancake Mix: Use 10 1/2"by 40" fabric
piece.With right sides together and matching short edges, fold fabric
in half.Finger press folded edge (bottom of bag). Using a 1/4" seam
allowanceand thread to match fabric, ser sides of bag together. Press
top edge ofbag 5" to wrong side. For bag with flat bottom, match each
side seam tofold line at bottom of bag: sew across each corner 1" from
point. Turnbag right side out. For label on bag: Follow manufacturer's
instructionsto apply paper-backed fusible web to wrong side of a 4"
square of whitefabric; cut a 2"x3" piece from fused fabric. Use a
permanent felt-tippen to write on label and draw a line around edge.
Fuse label to bag.Put mix into a plastic bag and insert into fabric
bag. Tie an 18" lengthof 1/2" wide ribbon into a bow around top of
bag.Recipe by: The Creative Christmas KitchenPosted to MC-Recipe Digest
V1 #956 by The Meades <kmeade@idsonline.com>on Dec 13, 1997


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