Rosie’s Messenger Bag FREE sewing pattern (with video)

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Rosie's Messenger Bag FREE sewing pattern (with video)

This is Rosie’s Messenger Bag FREE pdf sewing pattern from the designer Rosie and David.

This awesome bag was designed specifically to carry the designer’s iPad Pro. It’s always great to see when a designer makes a pattern for herself and makes something completely practical and useful in everyday life. And then it’s even better when that pattern is shared and the pattern is FREE!

Rosie’s Messenger Bag is full of pockets. It has large zippered pockets on both the front and back of the exterior bag along with two generous pockets on the bag front.

Rosie's Messenger Bag FREE sewing pattern (with video)

Inside, there is a separate compartment to carry the iPad along with a larger section to carry other items such as a wallet and other necessities. The interior center divider has a pocket that has sections to store your cell phone and pens.

The bag has been designed to have an adjustable strap, which always makes sense!

The exterior of the bag is made from waxed canvas while the interior is made from 100% cotton quilting fabric. Interfacings were also used, and the designer chose WovenFuse2 and Decovil Light. Mix and match your own materials of choice to sew the perfect messenger bag for you.

Free sewing video tutorial included

A full-length sew-along video tutorial is also available for this free messenger bag pattern. Check it out here.

Rosie's Messenger Bag FREE sewing pattern (with video)

If you would like to download the FREE pattern you can click on the purple button below.

Click here for the FREE pattern

Rosie and David Patterns is so generous for offering this free pattern for you to sew. Don’t forget that all of these freebies are offered as a “try me” in the hope that you will like their patterns and go on to try a paid one. This designer always offers beautiful bags to sew. You can find a selection of them below.

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