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Sweet Pea Totes Sidekick Bag

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Author Sweet Pea Totes
Price $10.00
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by Mcintosh, Jennifer
on April 25th, 2014

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One simple set of instructions: endless possibilities! This step-by-step list of instructions includes helpful pictures and the required pattern pieces. Have beautiful fabrics you've been wanting to use? You can showcase them in a trendy accessory to go with your favorite outfits! Have fun coordinating the fabrics and making the design suitable for you. You have a choice to adorn the front with a bow or leave it clean and simple. You can use the same fabric for the entire bag or use a contrasting fabric for the handles and bow to give it a totally different look. You're on your way to creating your own handbags with this easy guide!

Pages: 39
Pictures: 63

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© Sweet Pea Totes 2004-2012
These patterns have been hand-drawn and compiled into this book for personal, at-home use only. Any reproduction of this pattern and/or contents in any form for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.
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The Necessary Materials:
Sewing machine
Thread
Pencil
Scissors
Iron
Pins
Various fabrics
Lightweight to Medium Fusible Interfacing
Fusible fleece
1 Magnetic snap closure
1 Small snap
4 Metal rings
1 Buckle

Handbag Measurements:
10 3/4” tall
12 3/4” wide
3 1/2” deep
16 1/2” wide at top when open

Approximate Fabric Needed:
Exterior: 1/2 yard
Lining, pockets, straps, bow: 1 yard
Fusible Interfacing: 1 1/2 yards
Fusible Fleece: 1 yard

by Mcintosh, Jennifer
on April 25th, 2014

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by Gammage, Catherine
on July 31st, 2013

Another terrific, clear, easy to follow pattern from Sweet Totes. I have several from this designer - I love them !

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