Seat Sack Tutorial

Here are some pictures to help you make your own seat sacks! 🙂  I got the original idea here.

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About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on July 24, 2013, in Seat Sacks, Tutorials. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. I love that you room is so huge. And the seat sack are adorable. What is inside of the red house? Is this your reading center/library?

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  2. These are great! Thanks so much. One question. Do you attach names to the seat sacks and if so how?

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  3. They look great

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  4. Wow great directions! I am trying seat covers/ pockets made from stretchy book covers for the first time this year and posted about them in my latest blog post. I’m curious, what will you have your kids store in these? I put some ideas on my blog, but I’m sure you have great ideas!
    -Carol
    Mrs. Cobb’s Kindersprouts

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  5. I am a huge fan of seat sacks! They seem to look and work great in the pics! I have similar seats that are in your room..I am a very Beginner for sewing–I might need a little help! a Lot of help! what material did you choose? Thanks for the great idea!

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  6. I am curious as to where you found your clear containers for the tables. I love the idea!

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  7. Super cute! I’m looking to make some, and I’m wondering how these held up after a year of use. Did they stretch out at all?

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