On the Go: Our Favorite Sewing Patterns for Travel Bags

Are you headed over the river and through the woods this holiday season? Whether you’re hitting the open road or flying the friendly skies, make sure you’re ready to travel in style with these sewing patterns for travel bags.

Carry-on bags

Travel duffel Bags, pattern on Bluprint

Photo via StudioCherie

1. Travel Duffel

The Travel Duffel pattern is just the right size for a weekend trip, as a carry-on bag for the plane, or a roomy tote for the car (to keep all of your road-trip essentials close at hand). This pattern includes some fun details, like a bit of machine quilting and the use of jute webbing on the bag’s handles.

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Pink Patterned Bag

Photo via Barbara Weiland

2. The Quilted Traveler’s Tote

The Quilted Traveler’s Tote pattern has lots of pockets on the outside to keep your must-haves within easy reach.

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Two Round Patterned Travel Bags

Photo via cozynestdesign

3. Sweet Escapes Travel Duo

I love the unique shape of the Sweet Escapes Travel Set, perfect for jet-setting with a little retro flair.

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Woman Holding Blue Patterned Travel Bag

Photo via SusieDDesigns

4. Weekender Bag Overnight Travel Bag

The Weekender Bag is another great option for a last-minute getaway. And would work just as well as a carry-all for when you’re not traveling.

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Easy Garment Bag FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via 100BillionStars

5. Easy Garment Bag

Traveling with garments that you don’t want to wrinkle, like a bridesmaid’s dress or a suit? These garment bags will keep everything neat and tidy, even when you’re on the go.

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Sloan Travel Bag Sewing Pattern

Photo via Sara Lawson

6. Sloan Travel Bag

This bag has plenty of pockets to stash anything you’ll need while you’re away. There’s even a key strap in the lining that stretches out far enough for you to open doors without ever removing your keys from the bag — a lifesaver when you have your hands full.

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Toiletry bags

Small Floral Travel Bag with Plastic Side

Photo via BlackDogFiberStudio

7. Crystal Clear Project Box

The Crystal Clear Project Box would also make a great toiletry bag for travel. Using vinyl allows you to see the bag’s contents at a glance and is also easy to clean up if anything spills while in transit.

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Organizers 

Passport Travel Bag, on Bluprint

Photo via Blissful Pattern

8. Family Size Passport Holder

A passport wallet to keep all of your travel documents at the ready is a must-have if you are traveling internationally. The Traveler Passport Wallet uses three fat quarters, so you should be able to make it with fabric from your stash. The Family Size Passport Holder is perfect if you’re trying to keep track of multiple passports.

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Shoe and Laundry Travel Bags, Patterns on Bluprint

Photo via Val Laird Designs

9. Over the Rainbow Travel Set

The Over the Rainbow Travel Set will keep your dirty laundry separate from your clean clothes, and you can also stitch up a few of the shoe bags to keep your suitcase nice and neat.

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Unique Jewelry Travel Bag

Photo via plaidscottie

10. Weekender Jewelry Pouch

Keep your jewelry safe and organized with the simple Weekender Jewelry Pouch. And after you sew one for yourself, why not whip up a bunch to give as holiday gifts?

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The Tech Travel Bag Sewing Pattern

Photo via charmed Liebling

11. The Tech Travel Bag

Tech and tech accessories are among the most difficult to pack since there are so many pieces that go along with it. This tech travel bag comes with a removable tablet sleeve that keeps tablets secure even when you’re tossing the bag around on a plane.

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Travel Tray FREE Sewing Pattern

Photo via ajpadilla

12. Travel Tray

This item is handy no matter what mode of transportation you’re using. Stash your important stuff in this and place it anywhere from the airplane tray table to the hotel nightstand or car dashboard. It’s great for storing smaller items that you always seem to leave behind.

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11 Responses to “On the Go: Our Favorite Sewing Patterns for Travel Bags”
    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Brigitte,

      I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience, please check the link again towards the end of the month.

      If you have any additional questions, please email or contact Customer Service at 888-891-7203.

      Sincerely,

      Lindsay
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      Hello Susan,

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      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.

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  1. skdenbow@gmail.com
    skdenbow@gmail.com

    I was trying to figure out how to access the travel bags and the toiletry bag patterns for these and I cant seem to. I read in the comments below that the patterns were expected to be uploaded by the 15th of November and its now the 8th of December. Its been difficult being that I paid for a membership that was to last a year but for many months there hasnt been access. I am not mad, just a little frustrated :). Can you please help me figure out if I am doing something wrong in accessing these patterns. My membership expires shortly and I cant afford to pay 80.00 for this. Thank you for your help.

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  2. Sue Touchinski
    Sue Touchinski

    I would like the link for the travel tray….I don’t seem to be able to access it.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Sue,

      Thank you for contacting us. The free patterns are still getting added to the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Thank you!

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  3. bonniepuf17768890
    bonniepuf17768890

    I am wondering where the links are to use this page. The pictures show cute items but not sure how we are to use the page to get and make the patterns.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Customer,

      Thank you for contacting us. The patterns will be added to the site by November 15th. I apologize for the wait.
      Thank you,
      Lindsay

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  4. lynn
    lynn

    I am not sure how to use this page- there are no links to the individual patterns. are you just showing pictures of bags you find on the internet, or are these patterns we can find on your site. I’m confused- and would appreciate your help on how to correctly link up to these travel bag patterns.

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