It’s National Handbag Day and We’re Celebrating With Patterns

We didn’t know National Handbag Day was a thing, but now that we know, we’re SO glad it exists. The only appropriate way to celebrate, of course, is to make your own handbag. We’ve got just the thing to help you do it: patterns to sew!

Happy Handbag Free Sewing Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member 100BillionStars

1. Happy Handbag

Showcase a printed fabric you’ve been eager to show off with this purse pattern. Fusible interfacing makes the bag structured and sturdy, and space for an interior pocket and magnetic snap make it practical.

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The Manhattan Zippered Case

Photo via Craftsy instructor Janelle MacKay

2. The Manhattan Zippered Case

This pattern comes from the instructor of Bluprint class Mix & Match Clutch Bag Techniquesso you can bet it’ll be a great tutorial! The small handbag is perfect for quick trips when you need just a few things.

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Lyra Bag Sewing Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Cloudsplitter Bags & Designs

3. Lyra Handbag

If mixing and matching fabrics is your style, this bag will fit right in your wardrobe. The front pocket lets you put the spotlight on two different fabrics. But the pocket isn’t just for looks — it has a handy twist lock, too.

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The Night Out Purse Pattern

Photo via Craftsy member Sew Some Stuff

4. Night Out Purse

Modern, geometric prints in black and white give this bag a look that’s chic enough for any date night. Shorten the strap just a bit and it turns into a handbag that you could carry morning, noon or night.

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6 Responses to “It’s National Handbag Day and We’re Celebrating With Patterns”
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      Customer Service

      Hello Linda,

      Thank you for contacting us.

      Yes, the patterns will be free. I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. If a link or download is not working for you, please attempt your access again in a few weeks.

      Thank you,



    Found this on Pinterest dating to 2016–but now the links are broken. Maybe it’s time to take it down?


    This is strange…you show these bags and say “get the free pattern here”, but there are no patterns to download!