repeat with other gingham rectangle
**place strawberry on opposite side so that when placed next to each other they will mirror each other to make a larger triangle
***it is also important at this stage to make sure everything is even otherwise at the end when it is placed together it may be mismatched
a) sew up the side of the bag which has the strawberry
b) grab your spring toggle - remembering that you may need to tie a knot of in my case add a bead to stop the cord from slipping through the hole of the spring toggle.
c)thread the cord through the bottom rectangle of the green fabric (so that when your bag is tied up the top rectangle will bunch up like leaves)
d) make sure you grab 2 hair pins or clips. Use these clips to clip the cord onto the green material to keep it out of the way when sewing the bag up (at the end when your bag is done you can undo the clips and tie a knot so the cord doesn't slip)
OK, now you can sew the other two sides of the bag up - remembering to keep the top open and not to catch the green cord whilst sewing up the bottom.
HERE'S THE TRICKY PART
a) turn the gingham bag inside out
b) slip the lining bag inside you inside-out-gingham bag - so the RIGHT sides are facing each other
c) pin the straps between the RIGHT sides of the bag
d) sew the top of the bag closes REMEMBER to leave a GAP to turn the bag out through!!!