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Acacia Crossbody Bag FREE sewing pattern with video

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Acacia Crossbody Bag FREE sewing pattern

This is the Acacia Crossbody Bag FREE pdf sewing pattern from the designer Bagstock Designs.

The Acacia Crossbody Bag is a perfect crossbody bag size that fits your every day on the go needs.

It has some excellent features like an exterior front zipper pocket, an interior zipper pocket, one slip pocket, one pen pocket inside and an adjustable crossbody strap.

Sizing info:
When you have finished making your own Acacia Crossbody Bag it will measure approximately 8″ wide by 7″ high by 3″ deep.

Skill level:
The designer rates her pattern as suitable for a confident / advanced beginner sewer. You should have a basic sewing skills and you should be familiar with sewing patterns.

Video tutorial available

What’s needed to make an Acacia Crossbody Bag:

  • ½ a yard of 44” exterior fabric,
  • A fat quarter of contrasting fabric (18” high by 22” wide),
  • ½ a yard of 44” quilting weight lining fabric,
  • 3 yards of fusible woven interfacing – 20” wide Pellon SF-101 Shapeflex or 1½ yards of 45” Woven Fuse,
  • ⅓ yard of fusible fleece (Pellon Thermolam plus TP971) or Decovil Light,
  • One 10” or longer #4.5 / #5 zipper (exterior front zipper),
  • One 7” or longer #3 zipper (interior zipper pocket),
  • One twist lock or magnetic snap (flap),
  • Two 1” D-rings,
  • Two 1” swivel hooks,
  • One 1” slider,
  • Six rivets – size 8mm (optional),
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.
Acacia Crossbody Bag FREE sewing pattern

The pdf pattern includes twenty-eight pages of easy step-by-step instructions with color photos to help you through each step. The pattern also includes printable pattern pieces with seam allowances included.

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