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Boston Bag and Satchel

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Author funny Rabbit
Price $5.00
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by kerryanne11
on November 10th, 2013

“Made this bag up and love it so much.”

This boston bag is a perfect size to hold your many things.
Making it compact and easy to carry with you anywhere.
Also the bottom is strong and hard.
One inside pocket and one outside pocket.
Zipper closure.

Pattern Details :
Step by step instructions along with detailed color phots help you to make it.

Approximate finished dimensions :
W32cm×H24cm×D15cm
W12.5”×H9.5”×D6”

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1 yard Outer fabric
1 yard Lining fabric
1 yard Fusible interfacing
W100cm(39”)×H60cm(24”) Quilt batting
190cm(75”)×3cm(1 3/16”) width Cotton webbing
W32cm(12.5”)×H16cm(6”) Felt 3mm(1/8”)thick(For Bottom)
50cm(20”) Zipper(Double slider)

by kerryanne11
on November 10th, 2013

Made this bag up and love it so much.

by brynin, leah
on July 4th, 2013

I love bags and this one is a great one to add to my collection. Thanks for a great pattern! I do think a layout would have been great

by Tolman, Holly
on June 5th, 2013

I did like the shape and size of this pattern very well, but there were some confusing things. The instructions never said where to put the outer quilt batting pieces and sewing that last step of binding covering the inner seam? It was so many layers thick by that time my machine gave me a sewing error 5 times! I bought 2 yards of interfacing, but it was the skinnier 22" stuff and it still wasn't enough to interface the pockets like I was supposed to have done. A layout diagram would have been nice for those pieces. That aside, it came out really cute and I will most likely be making it again.

by L. Anderson
on April 12th, 2013

Great to follow.

by B. Prairie
on April 7th, 2013

I love this pattern and such wonderful instructions. Thank you

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