Your doll will have the cutest bag on the team with the Sporty Bag PDF Pattern from Doll Tag Clothing! This bag will be perfect for any sport and features variations for a gathered or flat working pocket on either side of the bag.
-Fabric 1 and 2: ¼ yard or fat quarter for top and bottom of bag
-Fabric 3: Remnant for pockets (Optional: you can do the gathered pocket with mesh fabric)
-Ribbon Tape: 28” gross grain ribbon or ribbon tape or flexible braid – ½” wide
-Nylon Zipper: 10” (25cm) narrow
-Narrow elastic: ¼” wide - 3”
-Fusible Interfacing: This is only if you are using cotton or thinner fabric. It is to add stiffness to the fabric so that the bag stands upright.
-Embellishment: Optional - Stick on jewels or iron-on motive to decorate the pocket (2” x ½”)
-Bag base: Box Cardboard Remnant Bag Base: Duck Tape
Skill Level: This is an intermediate level pattern.
What You Get: One 12 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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So cute and stylish. I have made 6 so far and love them. Thank you for a quick, easy to follow bag.
This turned out exactly how I'd hope. It was fun to mix fabrics to create a bag and it's easy to embellish the sides of it. I used fabric to make a little wider straps for one and mesh sides for another. It's a really versatile pattern.
I love the bag I made from the pattern. I used the bottom fabric to also make the straps rather than ribbon. I didn't like the idea of covering the cardboard with tape so I made another bottom and sewed it in when stitching down the seam between the bottom fabric and top. It was a bit difficult with the cardboard but I liked the result with the fabric on the inside. I plan to make two more as Christmas gifts for granddaughters!
Sew easy to put together. Holds a lot of " needed" items for a day out having fun.
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