Sew Trendy Bag - In The Hoop Embroidery

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Sew Trendy Bag - In The Hoop Embroidery Pattern


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Embroidery: Sew Trendy Bag - In The Hoop Embroidery
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Experience using your embroidery machine
  • Experience sending designs to your embroidery machine

Pattern Description:

This beautiful cross body bag has it all! It's fully lined, has a quilted front, a built-in monogram font, and a trendy ribbon accent. You'll love the beautiful, professional results, and the best part is that your embroidery machine does the lion's share of the work! The only thing you have to stitch yourself is the strap - and even that is optional since you can alternatively use ready made items like ribbon or pre-made spaghetti bias as your strap.

Included in this pattern are 26 files - you get the bag pattern with each of the 26 letters of the alphabet built right into the designs! Also included are detailed instructions with photos to guide you every step of the way.

Designs are delivered in the following formats: ART, PES, JEF, HUS, VIP

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5" x 7.5"


  • 1 yard main fabric
  • 1/3 yard lining fabric
  • 9" or larger polyester zipper
  • Tearaway or water soluble stabilizer
  • 9" length of 7/8 wide grosgrain ribbon
  • Scrap of fabric for circle applique
  • 1/4 yard cotton batting
  • 1/2 yard fusible interfacing
  • 2 - 1/2" D-rings
  • 2 clasps

You Will Also Need:

  • 6x10 or larger hoop for your embroidery machine
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

Lisa Archer on

I'm Lisa and I have a passion for creating fabulous "In the Hoop" and Applique Machine Embroidery designs! My grandmother was an artist who loved to paint and knit. From my earliest days, she shared her love of crafting with me. My mother loved to sew our clothes in the 70s (think brown and orange plaid bellbottoms!) I took up quilting and sewing before my first child was born and it quickly ...

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