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Rose Bag sewing pattern

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Rose Bag sewing pattern

The Rose Bag is a pretty medium-sized handbag with a handy vertical zip pocket on the front flap and two cute bucket pockets underneath the flap.

She has been made big enough to fit your essentials and more, car keys, wallet etc. and has a secure top zipper closure to the main bag compartment and an internal inset zip pocket.

The Rose Bag provides you with a good opportunity to show off some of your feature fabric on the front flap panel, or split the fabrics for a color block look. You can also quickly get access to your phone, keys etc. in the flap zipper pocket.

Rose Bag sewing pattern

Sizing info:
When you have made your own Rose Bag it will measure approximately 9″ high by 8″ wide by 2″ deep while the baby bucket pockets will be 4″ high by 4″ wide by 1″ deep.

Skill level:
This bag project is perfect for an intermediate sewer who is able to insert a zipper and insert piping, however, full instructions are given.

What you will need to make a Rose Bag:-

  • 0.3 metres of Plain Fabric or PU Leather,
  • 0.5 metres of Contrast Multi Print Fabric (includes piping),
  • 0.5 metres of Lining (includes binding for inside),
  • 0.5 metres of Medium Weight Iron-On Interfacing,
  • 0.5 metres of 4oz Polyester Wadding,
  • Two 1” Trigger Clips and 1” D-Rings,
  • Two Magnetic Fasteners,
  • Two 5″ Zips,
  • One 10″ Zip,
  • One 1” Sliding Buckle (optional),
  • Piping cord or piping 2M,
  • 1” Binding if prefer readymade 2M,
  • Fabric glue (optional),
  • Stiff card,
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.

This pattern includes full-colour step by step photos and instructions. The pattern pieces are digitally drafted and are provided for all pattern pieces (no measure and cut pieces).

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