Trenta Bucket Bag sewing pattern

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Trenta Bucket Bag sewing pattern

This is the Trenta Bucket Bag pdf sewing pattern from the designer RLR Creations Sewing.

The designer says her Trenta Bucket Bag boasts a classic bucket shape with multiple removable straps that converts from bucket bag to backpack in seconds so your bag will never let you down. Adjust and move forward on the go from a top handle for carrying over the arm, to an adjustable shoulder strap to be worn on the shoulder or even crossbody, to completely handsfree as a comfortable to carry backpack.

The Trenta Bucket Bag is where fashion meets function with a great silhouette, roomy interior, and just the right amount of organization. There are lots of details to give your new bucket bag a classy professional feel. The addition of a drawstring closure and flap keeps all your stuff securely inside.

And as fas as pockets are concerned the Trenta Bucket Bag features an exterior zip pocket for your quick access items, an interior slip pocket to keep everything neatly organized and a zipper pocket that is big enough to store your straps when not in use.

Trenta Bucket Bag sewing pattern

Sizing info:
When you make one of your very own Trenta Bucket bag it will measure approximately 12” wide by 11” tall and 6” deep.

What’s needed to make a Trenta Bucket Bag:-

  • 1 yard of 44” wide Quilting Weight or Décor Weight for the main fabric,
  • ¾ yard of 44” wide Quilting Weight for the lining fabric,
  • One piece at least 24” by 14” of contrasting fabric. This can be a coordinate, vinyl, leather, or cork,
  • ¾ yard of fusible Pellon SF101 or a woven shaping light interfacing,
  • 1 yard of Fusible Decor Bond – Pellon 808 Firm Stablizer – heavy interfacing,
  • ½ yard of Fusible Fleece -TP971F-Pellon Fleece Thermolam Plus.
  • One piece of Peltex 72f Ultra Firm 1-sided Fusible measuring at least 12” by 15”,
  • One zipper 8” or longer for the exterior zipper,
  • One zipper 9” or longer for the interior zipper,
  • Two 1” rectangle rings
  • Three ½” O-Rings or D-rings,
  • Four 1” Swivel Hooks,
  • Two 1” Sliders,
  • One Flip Lock or Turn Lock,
  • Twelve ½” Eyelets,
  • Four #20 Kam Snaps (optional),
  • Coordinating thread,
  • Removable Fabric Marker (the designer recommends a Frixion pen as it can be removed by pressing with an iron),
  • Microtex (Sharp) Needle 80/12 – recommended for topstitching through the thicker parts,
  • A sewing machine.
Trenta Bucket Bag sewing pattern

If you would like to download the pdf pattern you can click on the blue button below.