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How to Create a Sophisticated Handbag with the Himalaya Sewing Pattern and a Purse Feet Tutorial


Himalayas Handbag PDF pattern by  Hemazing Patterns

The Himalayas Handbag PDF pattern by Hemazing Patterns offers a combination of style and practicality, featuring dimensions of 13 ½ inches in height, 12 ½ inches in width, and 4 ½ inches in depth (35 cm x 32 cm x 11.5 cm). This makes the bag both roomy and convenient for everyday use. The four distinct pattern pieces on the front offer the flexibility to customize a unique appearance through various combinations of colors, materials, and textures. This particular bag in the sample photo is fashioned with two complementary colors in vinyl, resulting in a modern and sophisticated aesthetic.


The pattern is designed to be suitable for both experienced crafters and beginners. It includes 23 pages of detailed, color-illustrated step-by-step instructions, ensuring a smooth crafting experience.


Himalayas Handbag PDF pattern by  Hemazing Patterns

Included in the download are:

  • Comprehensive instructions compatible with A4 paper.

  • Separate pattern pieces formatted for printing on letter-size paper at home.

  • An A0 file that can be used with a projector or for printing pattern pieces at a local copy shop.

Features of the Himalayas Handbag include:

  • An interior zippered pocket for added security.

  • An interior slip pocket for easy organization.

  • A recessed zipper closure for a sleek look and functionality.

  • Riveted shoulder straps and purse feet for a polished finish. (video tutorial below)

The pattern is rated at an intermediate skill level, making it a rewarding project for those with some experience in bag making.



 

Learn How to Attach Purse Feet to a Bag: Exploring Two Methods - Prongs with a Washer and Screws

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