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This pattern shows you how to easily make a beautiful curved and shaped crossbody bag with an adjustable crossbody strap and magnetic snap closure. It’s a generously sized bag, great for everyday use, large enough to accommodate all your essentials, giving you the perfect sized crossbody bag no matter where you are going today.
It’s fully lined throughout with a feature curved phone pocket on the front. You can construct an adjustable webbing or self-fabric strap, to wear the bag crossbody or over the shoulder, or attach a bought leather strap.
When you have finished making yourself The Curve Crossbody Bag it will measure approximately 10¼” (26 cm) by 8¾” (22 cm).
Diane from Spencer-Ogg Designs made her example up in Harris tweed, but this sewing pattern is suitable for most medium weight fabrics including tweed, denim and medium weight cotton. It can be made from just half a yard each of outer and lining fabric.
This is an easy to moderate pattern that is ideal for an advanced beginner sewer. If you would like to add this awesome pattern to your collection then you can click on the button below.
You will get fourteen pages of full-color tutorial-style instructions, with detailed photos, which will walk you through making a professional-looking bag in no time at all. The pattern includes:
- Instant Download,
- Full-sized PDF pattern included,
- All measurements are given in inches and centimeters,
- Complete, easy to follow instructions,
- Full-color photos for every step,
- Relevant sewing tips,
- A list of material requirements and suggestions,
- Printer-friendly. Prints on US letter size or A4 paper,
- Size check feature to verify your printer settings,
- Pattern support. Just convo Spencer-Ogg patterns with any questions.
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