The Sew Urban reversible hobo bag PDF pattern designed for your 18 inch doll will be sure to compliment any outfit! This functional bag can be made with a variety of woven fabrics to create a variety of bags.
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-1/4 yard each of fabric A and fabric B
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OMG it is so cute my granddaughters loved them. They are easy and using imagination makes it that much more fun.But I did have a small problem getting the purse loop sown, but other wise easy.
The pattern was easy to use. Can’t wait to make more.
Found the pattern to be very straight forward; however like another commenter stated I had too had difficulty in finding D-Rings in the correct sizing as well as a single 'strap'' slider. To summarize; I customized the strap at its ends and the bag itself to accommodate slightly smaller d-rings plus ended up using a self-covering belt buckle in place of the slider (which I already had in my stash of notions ... ☺).
Excellent little bag. You can decorate it or leave it plain. It's great with a variety of fabrics. The only thing that made it hard to make was not having a list of suppliers to purchase the d-rings and slide rings. The slide rings actually weren't even listed in the pattern's supply list. But, barring those things, the pattern is really fun!
This patterns has lots of possibilities, depending on the fabric you choose. Only wish directions were standard, i.e., dotted lines, etc.