Dayna Pack Waist Bag sewing pattern and video
This is one of this designer’s best selling patterns and you can see why. It’s just so useful for so many people and situations.
It’s called the Dayna Pack and it is a waist bag / fanny pack. The designer describes the Dayna Pack as a quick and forgiving sew, recommended for an advanced beginner who is comfortable sewing zippers. It is fully lined with no raw edges and most importantly, no binding.
Thank goodness – who actually enjoys sewing binding on the raw edges!
This pattern works beautifully for a wide range of fabrics and materials including cottons, home decor fabrics, cork and vinyl or leather. You can add optional rivets to make it really strong, and give it a sassy stylish look.
As a bonus, we have found you this 24-minute long YouTube video from the very talented Lauren Mormino, where she shows you how to make the Dayna Pack.
What you will need to make the Dayna Pack:-
- ½ a yard of the main fabric,
- A fat quarter of accent fabric,
- ¼ of a yard of lining fabric,
- One 9″ zipper (8″ if using a metal zipper),
- Two 1″ D rings,
- One 1″ strap adjuster,
- Two 1″ swivel clasps,
- ½ a yard of woven fusible interfacing (optional),
- Twelve small rivets (optional),
- 40″ of pre-made webbing/strapping (optional),
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
If you would like to take advantage of the available hardware kit for the Dayna Pack then you can click on the link below.
Click here for the hardware kit
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