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Here’s the Aiden Cell Phone Purse pattern, a mini crossbody bag that’s perfect for your cell phone, earbuds, ID, and a few coins, notes and cards. The detachable crossbody strap makes it extra versatile.
We think that this beginner-friendly and scrap-friendly sewing pattern for a crossbody cell phone purse should be on everyone’s must-sew list.
You can wear it with the crossbody strap for a quick run to the store, or detach the strap and slip the whole thing into your pocket or purse. There it keeps your phone safe and can act as a mini-wallet to keep everything together.
It might only be small, but it’s packed with features and pockets. This mini crossbody purse has a convenient flap closure with magnetic (or plastic) snap, a front slip pocket for earbuds, and a back zipper pocket for coins, credit cards, or other small items.
How big is the Aiden Cell Phone Purse
When you make yourself one of these Aiden Cell Phone Purses it will measure approximately 4 1/2″ (12 cm) wide by 8″ (20 cm) tall by 3/4” (2 cm) deep, which is large enough for phones up to 6.5″ tall and 3.5” wide.
What you will need to make the Aiden Cell Phone Purse
- Fabric – less than half a yard/meter of cotton altogether, in up to four different prints,
- Less than a fat quarter of fusible fleece,
- 10″ (26 cm) by 8″ (20 cm) of light-to-medium-weight interfacing,
- 56″ (142.5 cm) by 1″ (2.5 cm) of additional light-to-medium-weight interfacing for the strap if quilting cotton is used for the strap,
- A 6″ (15 cm) or longer nylon coil zipper with 1″ width of zipper tape,
- One small magnetic snap,
- Two D-rings, two swivel clasps and an adjustable strap slider – 1/2” (13 mm) inner width,
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
When you download the pdf pattern there are five pages of printable full-size pattern pieces, plus a cutting chart with dimensions if you don’t want to print the pattern. There are also detailed step-by-step instructions with more than fifty clear color photos and also the designer has packed her tutorial full of tips to help you get the best results.
Click here to get the pattern
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