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A PDF Sewing Pattern from Cloudsplitter Designs Cloudsplitter Designs An intermediate thirty page PDF sewing pattern from Cloudsplitter Designs for a sturdy cinched backpack. This bag is well designed and the pattern boasts rave reviews from sewers. You will need to be comfortable sewing zippers, using interfacing, and installing eyelets. Advanced beginners can create this beautiful backpack with patience, practice, and good instruction from A- Z. Lots of pockets and a flap c
This beautiful Premium Bond Bag is a vintage inspired handbag based on the styles of the early 1950’s. The Premium Bond handbag is very roomy, and can hold all of your daily necessities. This beautiful purse offers double handles that can be worn over the shoulder, or tucked comfortably under your arm. A darted front pocket and flap closure is sewn to the exterior along with a shaped top inset. The finished size is approximately 17″ (43 cm) wide x 13″ (33 cm) high x 5″ (13
A decent variety of bag patterns and tutorials today. I just loved the fabric/Mod Podge luggage projects. You could really create some gorgeous settings and beautiful and one-of-a-kind luggage for that matter. I also thought that the recessed zipper tutorial would be very helpful to *many* of us. I could not resist the bag by Emma Brennan, designed under the Charlie’s Aunt pattern line. The shape really caught my eye. According to my stats so far, everyone really appre
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