Princess Sela was the sister of the Norwegian king Koller and lived around 420 AD. She was a skilled warrior and an experienced pirate.
This rounded rectangular crossbody bag is named after Princess Sela and features contrasting piping around the front and the back and glitter decor with vertical strips on the front. The back has a zipper pocket large enough for a phone, and the lining features a decorative zipper pocket and a slip pocket as well. The raw edges on the inside are covered with bias tape. For the front fabric, you have to use a non-fray fabric like cork, vinyl, or leather. The adjustable shoulder strap has a decorative strip of the main fabric on the right side, with a little edge of the main strap showing on each side.
If you like, you can watch the video tutorials the designer made for this bag. They are free for everyone to watch.
Video Tutorials for making the Princess Sela Bag:-
Part 1- Cutting the Princess Sela
Part 2 – Starting sewing the Princess Sela
Part 3 – Finishing the Princess Sela
Part 4 – Speed sewing the Princess Sela
Measurements of the completed bag:
10 inches wide by 5.5 inches high by 1.8 inches deep.
You get three PDF files when you download this pattern. One version with no photos for cheaper/faster printing, and the other with photos that you can look at on your tablet or computer as you sew the bag. The pattern is the third PDF. The pattern pieces are color-coded according to the fabrics you use and come with cutting instructions.
Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper pattern. Please download immediately after check out.