The Rose Petal Bag

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The Rose Petal Bag Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

If you are looking for a casual yet sophisticated design, a bag that you can carry everyday but that is also posh enough to be used as an evening bag when going out, then this is the bag for you!
The flap has an asymmetric shape with a beautiful fabric rose attached. The strap is wider at the top and tapers towards the ends, which are connected to the bag with rectangular rings.

On the inside there is a slip pocket and a zip pocket.

The pdf file comes with 11 pages of instructions, 27 pictures and 4 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 The rose petal bag!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 17 x 27 x 5 cm / 6.75 x 10.5 x 2 in (height x width x depth)


  • Exterior fabric: 1/2 m / 1/2 yd
  • Lining fabric: 1/2 m / 1/2 yd
  • Fusible fleece e.g. 1/4 m / 1/4 yd
  • OR heavy stabilizer: 1/2 m / 1/2 yd
  • Fusible interfacing: 3/4 m / 3/4 yd
  • 1 zipper 18 cm /7 in
  • 1 magnetic snap
  • 2 rectangular rings 2 cm / 3/4 in width each

You Will Also Need:

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

About Designer

About Designer

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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 actually fabric I like to work with most.
After graduating I soon realized that I had to find a job where I would be able to express my creativity and to make beautiful things! That's how I decided ...

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