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Very cute! Did you ever put up liner directions? I did one similar a few months ago, but am kind of at a loss to line!


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Thanks for all the inspiration

Nice blog.From your blog,I know something others that I didn't know before. Thanks for your providing and sharing.

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

I love it!

Your bag is BEAUTIFUL!! This tutorial looks super simple and fun. Thanks for sharing!! I added your tutorial to my blog (xboutiquex) of favorite crafts and tutorials.
Now...I so need a new purse....headed to closet to pick out some jeans & put this tutorial to the test!! :) Thanks again!

I love this version-makes a change from the denim bags.
I made the same kind of bag with my daughters short denim skirt(age 4 years approx).
I just added a bottom to it from a scrap piece of denim.To save making a belt, I used a knotted leather belt tied thru the belt loops on the waistband.

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I need to give you credit for my current Christmas idea.

I've taken your booty bag and made a few changes.

First off, I haven't seen a junior's size 6 in 25 years, so I took some old pre-baby jeans and created your booty bag, but with a few changes. I made the bag bigger and the straps longer, creating denim shpping bags. I left the pockets on, and embellished them to personalize each bay (i.e. cat lover had cat cutouts), then put an envelope in one back pocket and a small notepad w/ pen in the other. This way, the user will have a place for coupons & their grocery list. For Christmas we put goodies inside each bag: homemade preserves, cheese, bread, hot cocoa & mugs. A perfect gift for those hard-to-buy-for folks, and and easy way to encourage greener shopping.

So, thanks for your FABULOUS idea! It was the catalyst I needed in determining which type of bag to make. You ROCK!

I loved your purse. I have made several of them. Did you take the label out of yours?

just you know the game, Big Bootie??

Love this! I am going to try this....I even have what looks like the SAME EXACT pair of pants!!!!

I really like your instructions on yhis project. I do have a question do you remove the brand labels from the pants?

Thanks for your answer :)

I really like your instructions on this project. I do have a question , do you remove the brand labels from the pants?

Thanks for your answer :)

I just saw this booty bag here today. 2008 and wonder where it was hiding? Your bag is cute, plan to make one and see how it turns out. Praying for so simple, "adorably cute" Thnks - Samantha

Thanks for the instructions...they will help me a lot. Although, I have never really done any projects like this before and I am somewhat confused on steps 3-6. If you think you can help me, please email meL [email protected]


Thank you for posting the Booty Bag. I have not made one yet, but I will. This pattern is soooo simple. Thank you for your insite and inspiration.

I used a skirt, but your tutorial definitely inspired me! Check out the results at

I just used your tutorial to make a bag out of glittery gold pants that I no longer have the guts to wear. It's much more fun as a bag, anyway!

This is just fab! I couldn't help but smile at the title! Love it!

Thank you so much for this. I just came over from Sew Mama Sew's holiday blog.

I have a pair of boys wide wale corduroy jeans on my rocking chair in a deep green that I could not throw away. I have now found something to do with them!

I have been wanting to make a "booty" bag for quite a while but did not like the way the crouch hung on most patterns. Thanks for showing how to do it this way. I have a lot of crazy pants to use. Time to get started sewing. :-) Donna

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