Tired of making bags &

ending up with fabric scraps?


I know how much that stinks!


The good news is... there's another way!

Introducing

The Fiddlehead Bag Workshop

This step-by-step workshop has all the detailed video instructions that you'll need, plus a PDF sewing pattern to create a fiddlehead bag you can be proud of with zero waste.

It's so much more than a YouTube video or blog post that leaves you needing more.

And you can get started on your first bag today...

...for just $17

What's a fiddlehead bag, you ask?

Named after the fiddlehead fern, it's a bag that folds closed & unfolds open.


Wondering if you have the skills to make a fiddlehead bag?


Or if this workshop is suitable for the more experienced sewist?


The answer to these questions is YES and YES!



This is both an excellent beginner project AND a great way to learn something new and sharpen your sewing skills if you're more experienced.



You'll get all the tips and information you need to make a bag you love and will want to use again and again.



You'll also learn how to:

  • Customize your fiddlehead bag into different sizes
  • Create depth without chopping of corners of your bags
  • Make bags with and without a pocket



Each version of these bags is designed to sew up fairly quickly, and the small fiddlehead bag sews up real fast.



And if you're looking for a zero waste project, look no further... here's a sewing project that doesn't leave you with scraps of fabric at the end!



All you need to get started on your first Fiddlehead Bag is strip of yard of fabric and some thread... your sewing machine and iron will come in handy too. You can also use snaps on the medium bag, or not!

Hey there, I'm Liz.


I’ve been making and selling these bags and my sewing patterns for several years.


When I first started making lunch bags, I couldn't find a design that avoided scraps.


So I designed one.


After selling these bags in my shop, customers wanted to know what the design was.


So I created a pattern for one version of the fiddlehead bag.


Then I decided to expand that pattern into a workshop with multiple variations so you can really make this design your own.


Here's a few reasons the fiddlehead bag is awesome. 

  • It’s such a simple design that can do so much
  • It’s a perfect zero waste pattern
  • It’s a great project for an eco-minded maker like YOU!

Look at the amazing bags others have made following my fiddlehead bag instructions

Danielle's bag



Danielle's bag



Rachel's bag



Rachel's bag


Anja's bag



Anja's bag



Rachel's bag



Check out what students from my other tutorials are saying:



“I made the tote bag! Oh my gosh it’s perfect! I have Autism & my fine motor skills aren’t great but your directions are stella[r]! I’m so proud of myself! I want to make them all now! Thank you so so much !!!!!!

- Wolf Star

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“This was a great tutorial! The easiest one I’ve seen yet. I just finished my first pouch using this tutorial & it turned out really cute. I can’t wait to make more to give as gifts. I didn’t know cotton was compostable and we have a compost! So that was really cool to learn. Thank you!”

- Lindsay W.

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“Great, easy to follow tutorial. Thank you.”

- Donna Cross

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“Thanks for the tip about getting rid of the slack in the threads. I watched a ton of videos and I couldn’t figure out what I was missing.”

- tensjunkie1

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“I love your tutorials. You’ve helped me so much. I made the lined zipper pouch and boy I love it, and it was soooo easy! Thank you!”

- Freedom&Faith LifeStyle

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“I just made my first scrunchie! Yay! Thank you for the clear instructions. I sewed it by hand. Next step: learning how to use a sewing machine.”

- Kusum Wagle

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“Your instructions are so clear! I didn’t think I wanted to do this project and now after watching the video, I do!”

- Holly Whiteside

Fiddlehead bags have so many uses!

Whatever your needs, there's a bag in here for YOU!



Make a large bag and...

  • Tote your kid's stuff to grandma's house
  • Keep your large project (sweater, scarf) together
  • Pack for a quick day trip
  • Gather your art supplies
  • Organize your luggage

Make a medium bag and...

  • Tote your lunch in style
  • Keep your smaller knitting projects organized
  • Pack your toiletries for a big trip
  • Organize your crafty projects

Make a small bag and...

  • Store your makeup neatly
  • Keep your hair accessories organized
  • Store your kid's special rocks, shells, and gemstones out of reach from pirates :).


The Fiddlehead Bag workshop has it all!


It includes step-by-step instructions (video tutorials & handouts).


You also get general sewing skills training and inspiration... PLUS an introduction to zero waste sewing design.


You’ll walk away ready to design your own fiddlehead bags in different sizes with different handles & pockets without making any waste.


This workshop is designed for makers & wanna be makers who care about the earth.






WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FIDDLEHEAD BAG WORKSHOP?

Project #1: Small fiddlehead bag

  • Perfect for makeup, hair accessories, & jewelry on the go
  • Ties shut & fully lined
  • Make one from just 1/3 yard of fabric

Project #2: Medium fiddlehead bag

  • Perfect knitting or sewing project bag
  • Snaps shut
  • Learn how to avoid scraps when giving depth to a bag
  • Use some of your own scraps for the handle



Project #3: Large fiddlehead bag

  • Holds large projects like sweaters
  • Great for traveling
  • Made from 1 yard of fabric or two 1/2 yards of fabric
  • A zero waste (aka whole-cloth) design
  • Pockets on the inside & outside
  • Ties shut

Total Value: $97

Regular Price: $37

Today's Price: $17

Inside the Fiddlehead Bag Workshop is EVERYTHING you need to make beautiful fiddlehead bags.

You'll walk away more confident, inspired and empowered to sew your own bags.

Learn how to customize your designs.

Plus you won't make any waste in the process.

Once you've made 1 fiddlehead bag, you'll want to make tons more!



Boost your overall sewing skills... get tips & tricks to improve your sewing technique!



Go from homemade to handmade.



Want to sell these? Start a side hustle? You can!



Don't take my word for it.

Check out what my other students have to say...

"I had so much fun making my own beeswax wraps. Thank you @no_trace_shop for the workshop!

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"I watched a lot of zipper pouch videos and yours was the best. The filming slow & step by step helped a lot."

- Tamar Mcginnis

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"Your online beeswax wrap workshop was awesome! I especially liked the 'numbers' part of it as I am making my own beeswax wrap blend [using your formula]."

- Carrie

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“Thank you for the tutorial! I like the metal clips idea.”

- Catalina Papadia

Here's a reminder of what you get inside the Fiddlehead Bag workshop:

~ Full video tutorials to walk you through every step of the bags


~ A PDF pattern with full step-by-step instructions & photos


~ Instructions to customize your bag:
  • Make it larger or smaller
  • Boxed corners cut or left in
  • Tie or snap
  • Pocket or no pocket



~ Lifetime access to the videos & handout (or download the pdf & add it to your digital sewing patterns


~ Tag @no_trace_shop on Instagram with your make for a chance to be featured!




Project #1: Small fiddlehead bag
  • Perfect for makeup, hair accessories, & jewelry on the go
  • Ties shut & fully lined
  • Make one from just 1/3 yard of fabric


Project #2: Medium fiddlehead bag
  • Perfect knitting or sewing project bag
  • Snaps shut
  • Learn how to avoid scraps when giving depth to a bag
  • Use some of your own scraps for the handle


Project #3: Large fiddlehead bag
  • Holds large projects like sweaters
  • Great for traveling
  • Made from 1 yard of fabric or two 1/2 yards of fabric
  • A zero waste (aka whole-cloth) design
  • Pockets on the inside & outside
  • Ties shut

Got a question about the Fiddlehead Bag workshop? I've got answers...



What do i need to make these?

  • At a minimum, 1/3 yard of fabric, thread, sewing machine, iron



Do I need sewing experience?

  • No! This bag is for all levels of sewing



Do I need a sewing machine?

  • A sewing machine is strongly recommended for this project



How long will this take me?

  • You can make the small fiddlehead bag very quickly! It just depends on your speediness :).



What if I have questions while I’m working?




Total Value: $97

Regular Price: $37

Today's Price: $17