The Piping Hot Curves Bag is a beautiful bag suitable for many and varied functions. This listing is for the pdf pattern for you to make it your own.
As illustrated by the photographs the features of this bag include piping, curved sewing and the installation of a zipper closed internal pocket. This striking bag is designed to give medium to advanced sewists new skills or to consolidate existing skills.
The handle of the bag is long enough to carry the bag over your shoulder, freeing up your hands for other activities.
The pattern supplies:
Actual size Templates
Photos of all relevant steps
All fabric requirements
Sewing and basic patchwork hints
Layout and Assembly instructions
This pattern is intended for individual use and NOT for commercial use. Please do not copy or distribute it without my permission. Please do not sell any items made from this pattern without my permission.
Hi. I am Karen Pior and Sew Well Maide is where I wear my business hat. I also have other hats - Mother to five, Wife to one (!!!), Sister, Daughter, Friend. My hats are interchangable or, as ...
Hi. I am Karen Pior and Sew Well Maide is where I wear my business hat. I also have other hats - Mother to five, Wife to one (!!!), Sister, Daughter, Friend. My hats are interchangable or, as frequently happens, worn precariously stacked on top of each other!!
I am passionate about all things fabric and textile. I love drafting my own patterns and then sewing beautiful, unique and individual garments from them. This has become my latest obsession passion! I love patchwork quilts both modern and antique. I love the excitement of designing quilts and accessories and stacks of fabric bolts give me a quiet little thrill!
I teach pattern drafting, sewing, quilting and crochet to all who are interested in dipping their creative fingers into all these pies! It is wonderful to see the excitement of accomplishment on the faces of my students.
Knitting is my nirvana. The click clack of the needles is both soothing and peaceful. It quietens a busy mind and lulls me into another world full of possibilities or nothing in particular!!! Crocheting is so quick and produces such wonderful textures that I can't resist it. When I hang out on Ravelry and Flickr I am known as Knitting Maide.
When time allows I love reading, veggie gardening and watching tv. And I try to never, ever miss an opportunity to yell and cheer as the football, soccer, cricket and ballet Mum.