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This pattern looks like a blatant ripoff of the Katie Boston Bag by Sue Kim of ithinksew.com. That said, I wouldn't purchase it.
I was very sad when I read your comment. I never heard Katie Boston Bag by Sue Kim until right now. Thank you.
I looked at the Katie Boston Bag and there is no comparison. This bag looks like it is put together better and the finish is nicer. I am, however, concerned about the previous comments about the directions. Has this pattern been revised or revisited to correct the issues? I am very interested in purchasing this pattern, but would like to know if any corrections have been made. Thank you.
I'm so sorry to delay response... It has been revised to correct the issues. :)Thank you so much for your comment.
I bought this and other patterns from this company and I also find them difficult to follow. All their patterns come with pattern pieces, a handful of pictures and no directions. Even the pattern pieces aren't labelled as to how to put them together.
I always pay attention to make pattern pieces and instructions. But I have to describe more clearly. Thank you so much for letting me know.
I'm finding this pattern a little hard to follow... The pattern indicated I should cut two batting pieces of the 'bag body' shape, but I can't find any steps that mention using them or sewing them in anywhere.It appears that this pattern was originally created using the metric system and then converted (it lists both cm and inches) but many of the inch measurements are a little awkward (3/8, 6/8, etc.).
Thank you so much for letting me know about it. I added the step of using batting to this pattern. And, I need to study the U.S. inch method.I am very sorry for the inconvenience.
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