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Finally thread the two cords. Take one piece and thread it through one side of the casing then fold and through the second casing. Even out the ends and loop one through the eyelet on that side of the bag. Tie the two ends together with a knot.
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I don’t think you can ever have enough of these Tonya, for swimming or anything. Thanks so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. Love your tutorial. I’m featuring this one at tomorrow’s party. Thanks for stopping by.Oh, I love this idea! I can’t sew past sewing on a button, though. Looks like I need to learn how – I have two in a swim/gym class once a week and my oldest is thinking of becoming a lifeguard. We all swim almost every day in the summer. Definitely have to get some sewing skills! I love this bag! I have always wanted to work with laminated fabric, but never had a reason. Even though I don’t have little ones, I can see other uses for this bag. Thanks for sharing this great post at the This Is How We Roll Link Party. I can’t wait to see what you bring next week! I am sharing this on one of my social medias! Do your kids do school swimming? Mine do, every year in first and fourth term. Here in Queensland, lots of families have pools at home so we get kids swimming early to make sure they will be safe in the water. Our school has a pool too so the students do swimming as part of the school curriculum every year.