Print. Sew. Love.
In Singapore, many working women don't carry their bags out when they go for lunch.
Instead they hold their wallets, handphone, keys and a packet of tissue in their hands.
I designed this little drawstring pouch for these women to carry these essentials during lunchtime.
I made the bottom round so the pouch need not be too large yet wide enough to contain what they need.
This little pouch can be folded up and kept in their handbags when it is not needed.
This pouch is versatile. It can be used on any occasion apart from lunchtime *wink wink*.
Ooh, it's reversible too.
Note: PDF SEWING PATTERN ONLY.
Pouch is completely lined
Absolutely no raw seams
Step-by-step detailed instructions with color photos
Full-size pattern pieces
Measurements in inches and cm
Paper size: Letter or A4
PDF: 15 pages
Psst.... You can sell the zip pouch too!
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All photos, text and patterns belong to Projects by Jane, Jane Poh (c) 2011.
Purchase of pdf pattern includes an explicit agreement by you not to sell this pattern, distribute it for free, make copies or pass it off as your own.
You may sell the finished bag.
No mass production of bag allowed.
Please credit "Projects By Jane" when you sell the finished product or link to www.projectsbyjane.blogspot.com
Credit: Main fabric and lining used - Red Rose Farm fabric by Elizabeth Scott
(I have no association with Red Rose Farm/Elizabeth Scott in any way)
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I learnt to hand stitch when I was 7. It was the blanket stitch. When I was 12, I learnt the satin stitch. Many years later, I bought my first sewing machine and attended a dressmaking course at a ...
I learnt to hand stitch when I was 7. It was the blanket stitch. When I was 12, I learnt the satin stitch. Many years later, I bought my first sewing machine and attended a dressmaking course at a Dressmaking Institute. I was taught by a teacher who believed in drafting and sewing from scratch. Today, I can't sew an outfit to save my life! Long story short, I sewed everything from blankets, bedsheets to clothes for my niece. When I had my own kids, I sewed dolls outfits for my girl's Barbie. One day, I made a bag for Barbie and there was no turning back. My love for bag-making grew from there. Now I teach others to make bags.View all patterns by designer (18) »