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Drea Foldover Pouch

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PATTERN DETAILS

This is a great foldover pouch to fit your essentials in. Lovely small bag out of new fabric adorably rumpled for casual - shabby chic - vintage look. One main compartment inside. Closes with button and loop. This design is also very suitable for using small pieces of vintage fabrics. It is made from heavy weight linen fabric in natural beige combined with vegan brown leather. Fully lined with 100% cotton fabric in brown/blue/beige/mustard floral pattern called Delilah from Portobello Collection of UK Prestigious Textiles. You are welcome to sell the finished items on handmade websites or local craft markets but you must credit or link to Delinda Boutique. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to use sewing machine You should already know how to sew buttons SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approximately when folded: 8.5" (22 cm) wide, 6 " (15cm) high, 2.5" (6 cm) depth 8.5" (22 cm) open length

Recommended with this pattern

  • small piece of vegan leather for the bottom - 9.5 x 4" / 24 x 10cm
  • the same size interfacing if the leather is not rigid enough
  • exterior fabric - linen - fat quarter or 22 x 11"/ 56 x 28 cm

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DelindaBoutiqueDesigns
DelindaBoutiqueDesigns
Hi, my name is Maria and I'm from Bulgaria. I have an arts degree, majoring in fine art. I am mainly a painter and interior decorator, but I love sewing and designing. I've been sewing as long as I can remember. As a child dresses for my dolls, later clothes for me and my sister on my mom's sewing machine. I bought my first sewing machine more than 10 years ago. Last year I add an overlocking sewing machine to my home atelier. On Oct 27, 2009 I opened my online shop on Etsy called DELINDA BOUTIQUE which goes pretty well lately. I started selling pillow covers and art. Later I added bags and prints. Now I found Craftsy and I'm so happy to share my ideas here!