Emily Crossbody Bag sewing pattern

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Emily Crossbody Bag sewing pattern

The Emily Crossbody Bag is big enough to carry all your most important items. With multiple pockets, it provides plenty of storage and eliminates clutter at the bottom of your handbag.

There is an external front pocket with built-in gussets, functional zippers, and a flap closed with a magnetic snap. The perfect quick access pocket for your mobile phone! Additionally, you will find a cargo style and zipper pocket inside to keep smaller essentials easily accessible while a spacious main compartment holds the rest.

Emily Crossbody Bag sewing pattern

The Emily Bag is fully lined with a dropped recessed zipper closure for extra security. Thanks to an adjustable strap you can wear it on your shoulder or across your body.

Sizing info:
When you make yourself an Emily Crossbody Bag it will measure approximately 9 3/4″ (25 cm) wide by 7″ (15 cm) high by 4″ (10 cm) deep.

Emily Crossbody Bag sewing pattern

And if you would like to see a little more of this bag, why not watch this 14-second video for a very quick preview of the very lovely Emily Crossbody Bag.

What you will need to make an Emily Crossbody Bag:-

  • 145 cm /45 cm (57”/ 18”) of external fabric,
  • 40 cm / 50 cm (16” / 20”) of external accent fabric,
  • 145 cm / 60 cm (57” / 23 ½”) of lining fabric,
  • 90 cm / 55cm (35 ½” / 22”) of heavyweight, stable fusible interfacing such as Fast 2 Fuse Heavy, Fusible foam stabilizer, Fusible Fleece, Decovil heavy, etc,
  • 90 cm / 145 cm (35 ½” / 57”) of lightweight fusible interfacing such as Stayflex,
  • Two 25 mm (1”) D-rings,
  • Six 7 mm (¼”) Rivets (optional),
  • Two 20.5 (8”) #5 Zipper,
  • One 20.5 (8”) #3 Zipper,
  • One 32 cm (13”) #5 Zipper,
  • One 12 mm (½”) Magnetic snap,
  • One 25 mm (1”) Strap adjuster/slider,
  • Double-sided tape (optional),
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.
Emily Crossbody Bag sewing pattern

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