This is the Momexa Crossbody Bag sewing pattern (with video).
This funky little crossbody features unique O-ring details on the exterior with the option to add a tassel and exterior zip pocket. Inside it features a neat, fitted lining with a simple zipper pocket.
This little bag comes together quickly and is a great size to carry your daily essentials.
The Momexa is a cousin of the Lomexa. Not only is it smaller, but it has a few additional changes to the construction, the base, and the pockets. This is a quicker, simplified version of the Lomexa and is great for those who prefer a smaller bag.
Check out the beautiful tester bags for fabric ideas and inspiration.
There’s also a full (1-hour 30-minutes) YouTube video tutorial from the designer Country Cow Designs that you can watch alongside the pattern.
And there’s a 22-minute 30-seconds YouTube video on using Rivets, Grommets, and Hand Presses, which is handy to add bling to any bag you sew.
Sizing info: When you make yourself a Momexa Crossbody Bag it will measure approximately 8″ tall by 8 1/2″ wide by 4 1/2″ deep.
Skill level: The designer rates her project as perfectly suitable for a brave beginner sewer.
What you need to make a Momexa Crossbody Bag:-
1/2 a yard of exterior fabric (55″ width),
1/3 of a yard of lining fabric, cotton or canvas (44″ width),
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