Ondru Crossbody Pouch sewing pattern
This Crossbody Pouch has six card slots with two slip pockets in the front.
The back exterior zipper pocket is designed to hold a mobile phone for easy access and an adjustable strap is to create a simple wear for daily use.
This pattern was designed and tested to be suitable for beginners who want to try a simple pattern. It’s a great design to choose if you are fairly new to bag sewing but want to sew a bag that just has more to it than a simple tote bag. Take it step by step and you’ll get a great result sewing this crossbody bag pattern.
When you make yourself the Ondru Crossbody Pouch it will measure approximately 8¼” wide by 1¼” deep, 6¼” tall.
The designer rates her project as suitable for a beginner sewer.
What materials are needed to make the Ondru Crossbody Pouch:-
- A fat quarter of quilting weight exterior fabric,
- A fat quarter of quilting weight lining fabric,
- A fat quarter of contrasting fabric/vinyl/cork,
- 1-yard of fusible woven interfacing (Shapeflex SF101/Legacy L-SF101/Vilene G700/Wovenfuse),
- One fat quarter of fusible fleece,
- One 9¼” #5 tape with one pull (main zipper),
- One 8″ #5 zipper tape with one pull (exterior panel zipper pocket),
- Two ½″ wide D-ring,
- Two ½″ wide Swivel clips,
- One ½” strap adjuster,
- Two rivets for the strap (Optional),
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
The pattern includes seventeen pages of easy step-by-step instructions with color photos to help you through each step. This also includes pattern pieces in A4 size to print in the home printer and an A0 file to print in the local copy shop. The A0 file can also be used as projector files.
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