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Annalise Bag

from Around the Bobbin
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Annalise Bag
Annalise Bag
Annalise Bag
Annalise Bag
Annalise Bag
Annalise Bag

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cutting with a rotary cutter
  • Basic Sewing Skills
  • This pattern shows you how to install a zipper, attach magnetic snaps, create interior pockets and create handle scrunchies

Pattern Description:

This attractive bag does not skimp on the details--scrunchies on the straps, a front zipper which can be either decorative or functional, a stylish lower band and decorative topstitching make this bag a beautifully finished purse.

This bag closes with a snap closure.

Subdivided pockets on the inside hold your phone, pens, and other small items.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately 10-1/4" H at center x 11-1/4" Base x 4" Deep
  • Bag is considerably taller if you include the sides extending up to the handles

Materials:

  • 2/3 yard of main fabric
  • 2/3 yard coordinating fabric (or 1/2 yard if you choose to have lower lining in a different fabric from upper lining)
  • 1/3 yard coordinating fabric for lining pockets
  • 1/3 yard coordinating fabric for lower lining if you choose to have lower lining in a different fabric from upper lining
  • Interfacing:
  • 2-1/2 yards of medium woven fusible interfacing such as Pellon SF101
  • 1/3 yard of firm fusible interfacing such as Pellon decor bond
  • 2/3 yard of denim or other bottom-weight fabric for interlining
  • Two strips of scrap batting for handles

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread
  • 1 magnetic snap closure set
  • 1 zipper 12" or longer
  • Rotary cutter, mat and ruler
  • Fabric marking pen


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I started selling purse pattern designs in 2011, and have enjoyed sewing and crafting since I was a kid. I have dabbled in sewing kids clothes, drapes, quilts, and other home projects, but I am ...

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