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SewGnar Paradigm Crossbody Sewing Pattern

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    DETAILS:

    A petite but roomy crossbody bag that converts to a clutch. Features four different customization options, one main open pouch and one back zipper pocket.

    Finished measurements are 9” (22.75cm) tall x 6” (15.25cm) tall with a 2” (5cm) base.

    Great beginner bag! 

    This bag pattern doesn't require a lot of hardware and is great for those who are dipping their toes into zipper prep. It has multiple options for customization (the flat lay designs lends itself perfectly to applique work), making this mini crossbody a versatile and fun pattern. 

    The outside of this pattern is designed for use with cork, vinyl, thin leather, or kraftex, however with some additional interfacing and imagination it can easily be converted to use all cotton throughout.

    Skill Level: Confident Beginner

     

    MATERIALS NEEDED:

    Fat Quarter of Exterior Main Textile - cork, vinyl, leather, etc

    Fat Quarter of Lining Fabric - Cotton

    Fat Quarter medium weight interfacing (decovil light, pellon 808, Vilene H250)

    (1) 10” (25.5cm) zipper - #3 or #5 coil zipper or zipper by the yard + zipper pull

    (1) 8” (20.5cm) zipper - #3 or #5 coil zipper or zipper by the yard + zipper pull

    (2) .5” (13mm) d-rings

    (2) .5” (13mm) lobster clasps

    (2) 7mm Double Cap Rivets

    Rivet setting tools

    Fabric hole punch (radial or hand punch)

    Clips (Wonder Clips, alligator clips, etc.) or Sewtites

    Coordinating thread

    Optional (1) .5” (13mm) strap adjuster/tri-slide

    Quick dry fabric glue or Double Sided Tape

     

    COPYRIGHT INFORMATION:

    This pattern is meant for personal use only. Pattern must be purchased retail and created by one person, in their home. This pattern is not for commercial use. This pattern may not be republished or distributed in any form without the express permission of myself, the designer and author.

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