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“So cute! Great for gifts.”
Make the transition from large diaper bag to posh purse! Roomy enough for the kids extras but yet cute enough for a night out. This messenger style allows for hands free shopping and wrangling of kids.
Size: 8 1/2 wide, 10 1/2 tall & 3 inches deep.
Back flap pocket is great for a cell phone & keys. Inside pocket is large enough for lipstick and other necessary items. Ebook includes pattern for outside pocket & bag flap. Measurements are given for main bag.
Flower not included in pattern but can be found for free on www.theDIYDish.com.
-Main fabric: ½ yard
-Bag flap: ¼ yard or fat quarter
-Strap: 1/8 yard
-Outside & inside pocket: fat quarters or scraps
-¾ yard of medium weight interfacing
-½ yard of fusible fleece
-1 large button & 1 small button
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a messenger bag. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Copyright Policy PatchworKids 2010 The information and patterns in this eBook may be used to create items for home and small sales. The book itself or any information taken from it may not be reproduced in any form and is protected by US and International copyright laws. Items may be created for sale in limited quantities.
So cute! Great for gifts.
Loved it. However I had to adjust the width of the bag flap to fit across the whole bag. Other thsn that great instructions
Love this pattern. Very CUTE!
This is a cute purse pattern.
cute bag. easy to follow instructions. made one to match my daughter's Easter dress.
This is a great pattern.
Great pattern! Very easy to follow instructions and the results are stunning. (The bag is a bit smaller than I anticipated.) Great way to get creative different fabric patterns.
LOVED THIS PATTERN..I MADE A PURSE FOR A CHILD WHO HAD ONE PARENT THAT LIKED ALABAMA AND ONE FOR AUBURN..I SPLIT THE ONE PANEL INTO TWO AND SEWED OPPOSITE FABRICS TOGETHER...MADE SHOULDER STRAP SPLIT TEAMS ALSO...TURNED OUT AWESOME....WISH I HAD TAKEN PICS OF IT...IF I MAKE ANOTHER ONE HOW DO I SEND A PIC...THANKS...