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Dakota Messenger Shoulder or Mobility Aid

$9.00

Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Construction
  • Fundamentals
  • Hand Sewing
  • Pockets
  • Zipper

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Pattern Details

This is a very flexible pattern. The Dakota bag is perfect for use with wheelchairs, other mobility aids and strollers. The detachable shoulder strap allows you to make a traditional messenger bag without the handles on the back, or to convert the bag from chair to shoulder carry. It is also a perfect diaper bag. The approximate finished dimensions are 17" x 13". The two gusset pockets are large enough to hold a 4" x 6" phone for easy access. The generous pockets on the exterior and interior will keep the contents secure. Make the bag any of the following ways: 1) Flap, recessed zipper, detachable shoulder strap. 2) Flap, detachable shoulder strap 3) Recessed zipper, detachable shoulder strap 4) Flap, recessed zipper, 5) Flap, handles for hanging (with or without the shoulder strap) 6) Recessed zipper closure, handles for hanging (with or without the shoulder strap)

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You may see all of my pattern designs at www.muffinheadpatterns.com. All of my patterns are organized into categories and the links will take you here to purchase. My sales prices are exclusively on Craftsy. I began sewing as a child. Eventually, friends and family encouraged me to sell clothing. From there, I began to design my own patterns. Additionally, I have taught beginner and intermediate sewing and pattern making. When I am not drafting and testing patterns, I also offer custom labels and printing for other small businesses. My sewing and label making businesses are known as "Designing Twining" on the web, Facebook and Etsy. Interested in sewing classes? Visit http://www.designingtwining.com/sewing-lessons.html