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Liberty Flower Bag


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Here is another recycled denim item to enjoy. The lovely combination of the washed denim, and the Liberty prints, create such a "vintage" feel. This is a cross body bag with a delightful embellished front panel. The bag is lined, and has a large internal pocket which is divided into two sections; one for a notebook and one for a pencil. When you download the pattern you will find 12 pages of step by step instructions and staged photographs. Techniques clearly taught are: how to make the Suffolk Puff flower head; making a narrow folded bias stem; simple freezer paper applique, and sewing a zip and lining in at the same time. This last technique is such a neat and useful one to know. I am sure you would use it time and again. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Normal use of sewing machine, and basic rotary cutting skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The finished bag measures 8" x 10 1/2"

Supplies Needed

  • Internal pocket fabric: 9" x 15"
  • Two pieces of wadding 10" x 12"
  • Pieces of different tones of washed blue jeans denim. I also purchased a light-weight denim for making straps, as I find the jeans denim tends to be too bulky for this purpose.

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Di Wells's Pattern Store
Di Wells's Pattern Store
I am passionate about stitching, and an experienced teacher of quilting, design and crafts. I love supporting and helping students to share my passion. When I was growing up, there was always some sewing; spinning; weaving; hand dyeing ;craft making etc., going on around me at home, and I actually made my first dress when I was only 11 years old, with my Mums help, of course! I loved any opportunity to sew and create ideas from then on. I opened a small patchwork supplies business at home, when our family were young, and started teaching patchwork. This grew from a hobby to a career, and I have been teaching for the last 25 years. Now I am putting all those skills into writing clear and detailed patterns for projects. The instructions are supported by photographs at every stage. My selection of patterns is very varied, and will have appeal to a range of abilities, from beginner to the more experienced. They make fantastic presents as well as being great for personal use and enjoyment. All proceeds from selling my patterns will be given to a charity which helps to lift destitute women out of poverty. They are taught to sew and given a second hand sewing machine. You can find out more about me on my website: