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Well Hello, Dollie! Swoon patterns have done it again with another fabulous bag sewing pattern and bonus – this one is free!
A compact crossbody with style, this small bag features an exterior slip pocket, fold over flap with magnetic snap closure and long adjustable strap. Full pattern pieces included, as well as instructions for using both woven and vinyl.
We’ve seen lots of great examples of this bag, and it’s cute in this small size, but remember if you do want to make it larger, simply adjust the scaling on your printer to a larger percentage, say 150% and get the pattern pieces 50% bigger. If you love to sew your bags with vinyl then as usual Swoon has you covered, but if fabric is your style then instructions are provided for that option too – making this pattern perfect for everyone we think.
When you have finished making a Dollie Mini Crossbody Bag it will measure approximately 6” wide by 6” tall by 2.75” deep.
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What you will need to make a Dollie Mini Crossbody Bag:–
- 15” x 15” quilting weight exterior fabric,
- 1/4 yard (or fat quarter) 44” wide quilting weight lining fabric,
- 1/3 yard 44” wide woven or 54” wide vinyl contrasting fabric,
- 1/4 yard fusible fleece (Pellon Thermolam TP971F),
- 1-yard fusible woven interfacing (Pellon Shapeflex SF101),
- A scrap of fusible stabilizer (Pellon Peltex 71F) (only if using all woven),
- Two 3/4” D-rings (see our resources page for suggested hardware suppliers),
- Two 3/4” swivel clips,
- One 3/4” strap slide,
- One magnetic snap,
- Fabric glue (Beacon Fabritac) or double-sided tape (optional),
- Coordinating thread,
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
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