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Around Town Reversible Bag Pattern Duo


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This versatile bag pattern is easy to make, roomy, lightweight and includes two useful sizes! Double the looks since both are also reversible! Works well with many fabrics - cottons, corduroys, canvas, denim, laminated cotton, PUL, oilcloth, etc. This pattern gives you two bag styles: Small size is ideal as a purse, carryall tote or mini diaper bag. Beach size is perfect for trips out & about that require more room and depth. The design includes a handy inner pocket. This bag is terrific for use as a diaper bag. Using laminated cotton, PUL or oilcloth to makes it easy to wipe clean inside & out! Point of Note: For the small bag pictured, a product called Texture Magic(tm) was used to achieve the sturdy "ruffle" effect on one of side. A how-to for using this product & achieving this look is included in the pattern instructions. Instructions are easy enough for a sewing beginner & include full color photos. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY If you can sew a straight line you can make this bag! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Small Size: 11 inches wide, 14.5 inches high Large Size: 13 inches wide, 12 inches high, 6 inches deep

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1-1/2 yds (depending on size), double fold bias tape
  • (thread, rotary cutter/scissors, pins, marking pen/chalk, yard stick, and, if using heavier fabric like canvas or denim, a heavy duty needle)

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Sew Can Do
I'm a self-taught designer, craft lover and mom of 3. I love creating out-of-the-ordinary designs using budget friendly materials and easy to do techniques. My goal is to make patterns that are easy to follow and fun to use. I'm into sewing, decorating, paper crafting, tasty treats and trying unusual materials. I share more of my crafting ideas, tutorials & adventures on my blog, Sew Can Do (