The Deyjon is a great sized bucket bag. It holds loads of stuff inside but it doesn’t feel like you’re carrying the world with you. It features two exterior zip pockets which are ideal for holding your keys, phone or sunglasses. The interior has a zipper pocket and a slip pocket.
The pattern provides two options for the top closure. You can choose between a draw-string and a recessed zipper panel. They look so different that it’s almost like getting two patterns in one!
There is no binding used in this pattern and the lining is ‘birthed’ and then sewn up through a pocket to give a neat lining.
Video tutorial too
This design also includes a full-length video tutorial as well as the written instructions. Take a look here, and add the pattern to your cart if you like what you see.
The pattern is ideal for canvas, cork, vinyl or leather. You can even make it using cotton but I’d recommend adding some fleece for stability.
12 1/2″ tall by 10″ wide by 5 1/2″ deep.
The pattern is suitable for ambitious beginners.
- Exterior fabric: 1 yard (35″ width),
- Lining fabric: 1 yard (44″ width),
- Medium woven interfacing (SF101/G700): 1 yard (35″ width),
- Firm Stabiliser (Peltex 71F/Vilene S520): 6 1/2″ x 12″,
- Two 10″ no.5 zips for exterior pockets,
- One 10″ no.3 zip for interior pocket,
- Twelve 10mm grommets (required for the draw-string version),
- One 14″ no.5 zip (required for the zip closure version).
It includes a full video tutorial as well as a 20-page step by step photo guide and a printable pattern for all pattern pieces in both A4 and “letter” paper sizes.
Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper sewing pattern. Please download immediately after check out.