How to Make Wine Bottle Gift Bags

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag

Don’t show up empty-handed to your New Years Eve parties this year! Grab a bottle of wine or champagne as a host/hostess gift and toss it in one of these easy-to-sew fabric gift bags. These gift bags can be made from fabric scraps left over from other projects and will add a festive flair to your bottle. We’ll show you step-by-step how to make these gift bags for yourself.

We used fabric that was leftover from other projects to make our gift bag. You could really have a lot of fun mixing and matching the fabrics and the ribbons for different personalities and seasons. This project is a great way to impress your friends and doesn’t take anymore time than going to the store and buying a gift bag!

Wine Bottle Gift Bag Materials:

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag

How to Make Wine Bottle Gift Bags

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Cut your fabric so it measures 33” x 8”. I used a rotary cutter, acrylic ruler and cutting mat to make sure my cuts were straight and square.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Fold over a small single hem on each short side of your fabric. Pin the hem in place.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Take your fabric to your sewing machine and sew a straight stitch down each hem to secure it in place.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Fold your fabric piece in half so that the hemmed edges are together and the right sides of the fabric are facing.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Sew down each long side of the fabric.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Turn your bag outside right, making sure to poke out the corners.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Place your bottle of wine or champagne in the bag.

Make a Wine or Champagne Gift Bag
Then tie a decorative bow around the neck of the bottle to secure the bag. Fluff the top fabric so it looks nice. Now it’s ready to gift!


You can find great fabrics for this and other projects at Sailrite.com.

We wish all of you a Happy New Year!

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