Often asked: How To Sew A Crown Royal Type Sack?

Quilts made from Crown Royal bags

This article will be more photos than words, with a video at the end… However, the person who took the video was new to it, so the video quality isn’t great.

Size: 48″ x 60″ 

This is the larger lap size, which is ideal for use on the couch or at the foot of a bed.

Border: 4″ solid

A border transforms a quilt that would have been 40″ x 52″ without one, making it far too small to be used as a quilt. Read more about how to decide if you want a border in our border guide.


The binding was made from the same dark purple fabric as the start blocks.

Number of Bags: 50

This is why we don’t send or post pictures of backing fabric colors; some photos appear to be very purple, while others appear to be dark blue, but it’s all Crown Royal purple in real life, and the color can vary depending on the shade.

Size: 48″ x 60″ 

This is a great size for lounging on the couch or at the foot of the bed, and it’s the same size as its mate.

Border: 4″ solid

A border transforms a quilt that would have been 40″ x 52″ without one, making it far too small to be used as a quilt. Read more about how to decide if you want a border in our border guide.


We had to use some purple fillers to make up for the difference in area due to the few bags compared to the all purple quilt, but we were able to balance the colorful bags throughout the quilt by making each of the colored bags the same size.

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Which One Do We Like Best?

If you only have purple bags, you can make an all-purple quilt; if you have some colored bags, you must be aware that they will become the quilt’s focal point, and you must decide whether you like that look or not.

How to Have a Crown Royal Bag Quilt Made

We’d love to hear from you if you’d like a Crown Royal Bag quilt or pillowcase!

How many bags?

For a quilt, at least 50 bags are recommended; if you want a larger quilt, you will need more; for a pillow, we recommend 10 to 15 bags.

How much will a Crown Royal bag quilt cost?

We charge the same price for these quilts as we do for a simple baby clothes quilt, but keep in mind that adding a border will raise the price.

How do you care for a Crown Royal bag quilt or pillow?

Dry-clean only because these bags are made of low-quality flannel, which means the dye will run and the blocks will shrink if washed. If you don’t believe me, try washing a bag with a load of white clothes.


If you have Crown Royal bags, we can make you a quilt! I hope this article has given you some ideas for your quilt; if you have any questions, please contact me at [email protected]


Learn more about having your favorite t-shirts turned into a quilt with our comprehensive T-shirt Quilt Buying Guide, which will teach you how to buy, make, and donate your favorite t-shirts for use as quilting fabric.

What do I do with all my Crown Royal bags?

It’s called the Purple Bag Project, and it allows whisky fans to donate money to support the troops by using Crown Royal’s velvety bags.

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What fabric are Crown Royal bags made of?

The bag itself was trademarked in the mid-1960s, and Crown Royal, aware of the bag’s enormous popularity, uses it to benefit others.

How many Crown Royal bags does it take to make a quilt?

It takes anywhere from 32 to 100 bags to make a quilt, and I always find it amusing when customers bring their bags in and insist on telling me that they didn’t drink all of the whiskey by themselves. I have a separate website dedicated to Crown Royal Quilts, which you can visit for more information.

Can you wash Crown Royal bags?

Personally, I would have your friend wash the bags twice with a color catcher, dry in the dryer, cut the bags apart along the seam lines rather than cutting into the fabric, and discard the ties.

Why does Crown Royal come in a purple bag?

The appeal of the Crown Royal bag in Black communities, according to Tiffanie Barriere, a historian and bar educator from Atlanta, stems from its visual nod to our sense of royal African heritage. u201cPurple stands for royalty,u201d she says, u201cand it’s got a crown on top of it. You know how we love to feel.u201d

How do you make a crown?

Make a crown out of it.

  1. Use silver or gold glitter glue and pink or purple gem stones to make a princess crown
  2. gold glitter glue and blue, red, green, or purple gem stones to make a royal crown
  3. and lots of silver or iridescent glitter glue to make a crown fit for an ice queen.
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How do you make a fitted face mask pattern?

Detailed instructions

  1. Cut out the pattern pieces on fabric.
  2. Cut two 5u201d long pieces of elastic.
  3. Sew the small side panel to the inner facing piece aligning the small dots.
  4. Sew the panels together leaving a gap unstitched between the two dots for the Mask WITH filter opening.

Which Crown Royal comes in a black bag?

Crown Royal Black, introduced in 2010, is a darker, higher alcohol (90 proof) whisky that comes in a black felt-like bag. Crown Royal Reserve, introduced in 1992, is a whisky that has been aged for longer than the original.

Are Crown Royal bags cotton?

The gold and black fabrics are 100% cotton, and I machine quilted the quilt with green thread on the back. | eBay! Find this Pin and more on Crown Royal Bag Designs by Fred Cullon.

How many different crown royals are there?

Crown Royal currently offers twelve different varieties of its Canadian whisky, which are more than just flavor variations like many other spirits. They are truly unique adaptations of Crown Royal’s signature blend.

Can you buy Crown Royal bags?

I’m glad these bags are available for purchase; it’s a great bag. It’s a little pricey, but it’s worth it if you’re never going to buy a Crown Royal.

How do you quilt?

Making a Quilt from Scratch (by Hand)

  1. Collect your materials and tools.
  2. Prewash your fabric.
  3. Iron your fabric.
  4. Measure and cut your patchwork.
  5. Lay out your quilt.
  6. Sew your patchwork into rows.
  7. Iron your rows.
  8. If this is your first quilt, go for a simple pattern for a small quilt.

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