This is the Oxford Pouch Project Bag sewing pattern with instructions and pattern for making 3 sizes.
Included is a quick and easy sewing tutorial with full-scale pattern templates so that you can make three stylish, contemporary Project Bags that will be the envy of all your friends!
The Oxford Pouches are perfect for knitting, sewing, crochet, or embroidery projects. Take your projects wherever you go and store them in style!
The end result is a beautiful quality product! Fully lined with no exposed seams anywhere. Two external pockets, and two internal pockets. The pouches close with a simple zipper, and instructions are given for making both a fabric and a leather grab handle. The choice is yours!
The pouches are specially designed with a broad base so they stand firmly unsupported but are also tall enough to accommodate long knitting needles. The largest size will take 16″ knitting needles (at an angle). The designer is tired of project bags that won’t take her needles!
You can fit a lot inside these bags. The smallest is really cute, and ideal for small projects on the go like socks, booties, or Christmas decorations! The large will take a small afghan or sweater. Have fun choosing coordinating colors, or make the whole bag in a beautiful solid color – the possibilities are endless!
A practical range of sizes suitable for a variety of projects/uses.
Instructions for a leather and/or fabric grab handle.
Fully lined with internal pockets.
Sizing info(width by height by depth):–
Small = 7″ by 8″ by 3½”.
Medium = 9″ by 10″ by 4″.
Large = 10″ by 11½” by 4½”.
A nice project for an improving beginner used to basic sewing techniques and using a sewing machine.
This listing is a digital file where you will receive thirteen pages of clear, easy to follow step-by-step instructions and color photos to make this bag AND a set of full-scale computer-drawn templates that do not need to be scaled – simply print, cut out and assemble the templates and use them to make the size of your choice!
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