Burlap Wine Bottle Bag – Easy DIY Christmas Gift

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SutterHomeForTheHolidays #CollectiveBias The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. It’s time to make a Burlap Wine Bottle Bag!

This Burlap Wine Bottle Bag is an inexpensive way to dress up a bottle of wine for a Christmas gift.  Many of our friends are wine drinkers and I love to purchase one of their favorite wines to give to them for the holidays.  Adding this home made bag also adds an extra special touch to the gift.Msg 4 21+ This DIY burlap wine bottle bag is the prefect way to wrap your favorite bottle of Sutter home family wine. #SutterHomeForTheHolidays #ad

The Burlap Wine Bottle Bag is easy to make and most of the supplies can be purchased at your local craft store or online.  I found some great looking burlap holiday ribbon at my Dollar Store the last time I was on a craft run and it will come in handy to decorate this bag for Christmas.

I find that bottles are one of the hardest items to wrap. I never seem to get both edges of the bottle looking neat. Having a Burlap Wine Bottle Bag on hand transforms an untidy Christmas gift into something extra special.This DIY burlap wine bottle bag is the prefect way to wrap your favorite bottle of Sutter home family wine.

My favorite choices of wines to give as a gift are those from the Sutter Home Family Vineyards.  These great tasting wines come from a family owned award winning (over 350 gold medals since 2004!) vineyard and offer an affordable price point. They truly make everyday occasions a bit more special.

It’s time to make the Burlap Wine Bottle Bag.

The bag is very easy to make.  You’ll need the following supplies

  • Fusible interfacing 16″ x 8 1/2″
  • 1 piece of green Burlap fabric, each 16″ x 8 1/2″
  • Burlap holiday ribbon 2 1/2″ wide,
  • Additional fusible bonding for the ribbon
  • Iron
  • Scissors and thread
  • One piece of red and white butcher’s twine approximately 36″ long
  • Large embroidery needle
  • 1 bottle of your favorite wine.  I chose Sutter Home Chardonnay in a 750 ml size.Supplies for the burlap wine bottle bag

Cut the burlap fabric into two pieces, each 16″ x 8 1/2″.  Iron on a piece of fusible interfacing to the back of the front piece of burlap, trimming about 1″ off the top edge, to make it easier to make the final edge when the bag is finished. Fuse one side of the burlap fabric

Turn the fused burlap piece to the front side and lay your burlap ribbon over the top of it. Iron the fusing material on the back of the ribbon and then remove the fusing backing and Iron the burlap ribbon on to the front of one of the pieces just about where the bottle neck will start to get smaller (about 6 1/2″ up from the bottom of the burlap piece.)Fuse burlap ribbon to front piece of the burlap

Place the two pieces of burlap together with right sides facing each other.  Pin them and then stitch them together with a 1/2″ seam along both sides and the bottom of the bag.Fuse and pin the front piece of fabric

Now it is time to make the bottom of the bag a bit more squared off.  Lay your finished tube down with the seam facing you.  Insert your hand into the tube and pull the bottom of the bag in, making two triangle edges. The edges will not be even.  Play with them a bit until you get them so that they match.  Measure down 1 1/2″ from the corner on each triangle and make a mark. Sew across the edges of the triangle and trim the excess fabric.  Making the box corners

Now you have a nicely shaped box bottom!  Turn the bag right side out and look at the cool pleats on the corners of the bag! It’s much better than messy wrapping paper, don’t you think?Finished box shape for the bottom of the wine bottle bag

With the bag turned right side out, fold under the top opening of the bag twice so that the edge is sealed, and iron in place.  Stitch the opening securely.Fold under and pin the top edge

For the drawstring closing, thread a large embroidery needle with the red and white striped butcher twine. Stitch it in and out around the neck of the bag, about 3″ down from the top opening making 1″ stitches.measure and stitch the drawstring cloising

Tie a knot in the end of each piece of the twine and pull the thread tight and tie a bow at the top, holding the neck of the bottle in place.Tie knots in the end of the twine and then tie a bow closing.

If you would like you can add your favorite Christmas tag or print one of these labels from my holiday blog here.Printable Christmas labels for the burlap wine bottle bag.

TaDa! That is all there is to it.  Diy burlap wine bottle bag

This great looking Burlap Wine Bottle Bag is the perfect way to wrap and give a bottle of wine to a friend or family member. It is decorative and full of the holiday cheer.  I made mine in about an hour and the cost was very little.  This pretty burlap wine bottle bag is the prefect way to wrap a wine bottle

While I was at my local wine store, I also picked up two bottles of Sutter Home Family Vineyard wines – a Chardonnay and larger bottle of Sweet red. I can’t wait to make another larger bottle bag for the Sweet Red (unless I decide to drink it myself!  Reds are my favorite varietals! )Sutter Home Family Wines - Chardonnay and Sweet Red

Sutter Home Family Vineyards offer so many different varietals, that they have something for everyone. They are the perfect wine to bring people together during the holiday season, or any time of the year.  I love their red wines but they have so many others too! They are sure to have your favorite!

  • White Zinfandel
  • Chardonnay
  • Moscato
  • Pink Moscato
  • Pinot Grigio
  • Merlot
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Sweet Red
  • Red Blend & Pinot Noir

Looking for more Sutter Home Family inspiration?   Please visit their social hub here.

For more on Sutter Home Family Vineyard Wines, visit them on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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Burlap Wine Bottle Bag - Easy DIY Christmas Gift
 
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Fusible interfacing 16" x 8½"
  • 2 pieces of green Burlap fabric, each 16" x 8½"
  • Burlap holiday ribbon 2½" wide,
  • Additional fusible interfacing for the ribbon
  • Iron
  • Scissors and thread
  • One piece of red and white butcher's twine approximately 36" long
  • Large embroidery needle
  • 1 bottle of your favorite wine. I chose Sutter Home Chardonnay in a 750 ml size.
Instructions
  1. Cut the burlap fabric into two pieces, each 16" x 8½". Iron on a piece of fusible interfacing to the back of the front piece of burlap, trimming about 1" off the top edge, to make it easier to make the final edge when the bag is finished.
  2. Turn the fused burlap piece to the front side and lay your burlap ribbon over the top of it. Iron the fusing material on the back of the ribbon and then remove the fusing backing and Iron the burlap ribbon on to the front of one of the pieces just about where the bottle neck will start to get smaller (about 6½" up from the bottom of the burlap piece.
  3. Place the two pieces of burlap together with right sides facing each other. Pin them and then stitch them together with a ½" seam along both sides and the bottom of the bag.
  4. Now it is time to make the bottom of the bag a bit more squared off. Lay your finished tube down with the seam facing you. Insert your hand into the tube and pull the bottom of the bag in, making two triangle edges.
  5. The edges will not be even. Play with them a bit until you get them so that they match. Measure down 1½" from the corner on each triangle and make a mark.
  6. Sew across the edges of the triangle and trim the excess fabric.
  7. Now you have a nicely shaped box bottom! Turn the bag right side out and look at the cool pleats on the corner of the bag!
  8. With the bag turned right side out, fold under the top opening of the bag twice so that the edge is sealed, and iron in place. Stitch the opening securely.
  9. For the drawstring closing, thread a large embroidery needle with the red and white striped butcher twine. Stitch it in and out around the neck of the bag, about 3" down from the top opening making 1" stitches.
 

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  2 comments for “Burlap Wine Bottle Bag – Easy DIY Christmas Gift

  1. Jesenia
    12/01/2016 at 1:12 pm

    This is a wonderful idea! I’m not very crafty, but you made it very easy to follow. Just in time for the holiday season! Thanks for sharing!

    • Carol
      12/01/2016 at 1:14 pm

      Hi Jesenia. Normally I do a different type of craft but decided to get out my sewing machine for this one. It was really very easy to do. I love that the recipient can reuse it later! Carol

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