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Double Clutch Crossbody Bag

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$7.49

A versatile double zipper bag with wallet compartment, optional wrist and crossbody straps. Sure to become your go-to bag for every day and every occasion.

Description

This pattern shows you how to easily make an ingenious double clutch crossbody bag – it’s two bags in one!

This magic double bag has two individual sides so you can use one side for money, keys and personal items and the other for phone, makeup, spectacles, etc. It’s deceivingly roomy! With a feature panel to the front and a palm strap to the back of the bag, and three different straps to choose from, the options are endless.

Inside you will find a feature zip pocket for your phone or cash and separate credit card slots. Comes with three strap options – a wrist strap, a narrow crossbody strap or a feature guitar style strap, all with full instructions.

The clutch is fully lined throughout and you will understand in no time how to construct this magic double bag, with lots of suggestions on different decorated front panels.

Suitable for most light and medium-weight woven fabrics. Quilting cottons, tweed, cork, vinyl, home dec weights, leather, even oilskin for a men’s version.
Make from less than half a yard each outer and lining.

Difficulty/skill level:
This is an intermediate pattern (but on the easy side)

Approximate finished dimensions:
Clutch bag 23 x 13 cm (9 x 5 1/8 inches)

The pattern:
41 pages of full colour tutorial style instructions with detailed photos will walk you through making a professional looking bag in no time. Print or follow along on your iPad

❤ Full sized PDF patterns included
❤ All measurements given in inches and cm
❤ Complete, easy to follow instructions
❤ Full colour photos for every step
❤ Relevant sewing tips
❤ A list of material requirements and suggestions
❤ Printer friendly. Prints on US letter size or A4 paper

Download:
Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper sewing pattern.

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