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My name is Anna and I'm a designer and seamstress living in Rochester, NY.
I've always been the creative type, I like trying out all kinds of handicrafts and artwork, but I have to admit that it's ...

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Girl's cross-body bag

from charmed Liebling - be creative!
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Girl's cross-body bag
Girl's cross-body bag a look into the instructions
Girl's cross-body bag
Girl's cross-body bag
Girl's cross-body bag
Girl's cross-body bag

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should not be afraid of sewing a zippered pocket

Pattern Description:

Moms and dads will still need to do the heavy lifting but with this bag little girls can start carrying things to their next play date with their friends!
This bag features:
- a zip pocket and two slip pockets on the front
- a slip pocket on the inside
- closes with a magnetic snap.

For more diversity, this design uses two different kinds of exterior fabrics, no. 1 for top part of the bag (including the flap) and no. 2 for the bottom part of the bag and the strap.

The pdf file comes with 14 pages of instructions, 33 pictures and 3 full size pattern pieces. All measurements are given in centimeters and inches.

Please note that this pattern may not be republished or distributed without permission. However you are welcome to sell items made with this pattern. In this case I'd appreciate if you gave me credit as the pattern designer.

Follow the link to my blog post to see more versions of the Girl's cross-body bag!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 28 x 22 cm / 11 x 8.5 in


  • Exterior fabric no. 1: 1 fat quarter (46 x 56 cm/ 18 x 22 in)
  • Exterior fabric no. 2: 1/2 m / 1/2 yd
  • Lining fabric: 1/2 m / 1/2 yd
  • Fusible interfacing: 1/3 m / 1/3 yd
  • Fusible fleece: 1/4 m / 1/4 yd
  • 1 zip 18 cm (7 in)
  • 1 magnetic snap

You Will Also Need:

  • thread
  • scissors
  • tape measure
  • fabric marker
  • pins

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