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Swoon Patterns Dorothy Day Tripper

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Author Swoon Sewing Patterns
Price $5.95
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by Tkach, Connie
on April 12th, 2014

“Love this wonderful Bag!! Perfect for traveling!! I mixed Canvas and Vinyl. I also switched up the handles a bit! Love how this turned out! Excited to make more!”

A vintage-inspired carry-all that Includes a zipper, piping (piping isnt as difficult as it looks), and two large pocket panels (one large pocket on the outside and 2 small ones on the inside). This is great for a short day or weekend trip, an airline carry-on, or just as a large purse. This would also make a great kid's overnight bag!

You MAY sell bags you make with this pattern.

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Bags produced with this pattern MAY be resold. The images, instructions and pattern itself may not be reused. Copyright Paco Bean 2013.

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2 yards exterior fabric, home decor weight, 54" width
1 yard interior fabric, home decor weight, 54" width
4 yards 6/32" cotton cording
2 yards Pellon Craftfuse or medium weight interfacing of choice
2 yards fusible Pellon Peltex, 71F
24" all-purpose zipper
Coordinating thread

by Tkach, Connie
on April 12th, 2014

Love this wonderful Bag!! Perfect for traveling!! I mixed Canvas and Vinyl. I also switched up the handles a bit! Love how this turned out! Excited to make more!

by Koch, Leigh
on January 29th, 2014

I purchased this pattern in September and have finally just gotten around to making it. I bought the pattern with the intention of making a few adaptations to make this a camera bag. The pattern was pretty easy to follow and I am really pleased with how the bag turned out. I used 1/2" foam instead of peltex on the sides and bottom and put two pockets on the outside rather than one outside and one inside. I sewed velcro along the inside pieces before assembling the bag to I can attach inserts for my lenses and flash. Also, I added two inches to the depth so it's now 6" rather than 4". My only complaint would be the amount of hand sewing required/expected to attach the lining to the exterior. I HATE hand sewing and used the machine to sew as much as possible. If I had known the amount of hand sewing that was in the instructions I may have kept looking. BUT - as I said before, I am very pleased with the bag I made, it is just what I was wanting, but couldn't pay $200+ for!

by E. Peake
on December 31st, 2013

While the bag has not been made yet, pre-reading the instructions indicate that the detailed directions will simplify the construction. Logical assembly too!

by bmr01
on November 16th, 2013

Illustrated nicely. Clear instructions. Good pattern.

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