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Jody shoulder bag


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Pattern Details

I’m so pleased you’re making Jody part of your bag pattern family! She’s sassy, and sleek and so versatile! She reminds me of YOU! You’ll love the small (but not TOO small size) of this lovely bag, ready for a night in the town or a picnic in the park. You decide! And if you’re in the gift-giving mode, who would not love this adorable, functional bag? Let you’re creative juices flow when choosing the fabric (cotton weight, vinyl even leather) and the hardware. Want to keep it simple, omit the super sleek “Rocket Pocket” and/or inside zip. So many options to make this bag as unique as YOU! Is the pattern hard to construct? One of my testers had this to say “…your instructions are so very detailed. I started sewing in May of 2016, by July of the same year I was very interested in handbags. You have no idea how much I struggled with bag patterns; none of them made any sense to me. I wish I had instructions like this when I first started. Thank you!” Dimensions: 10" wide, 8" heigh. 1 slippocket with card slots and 1 zipper pocket INCLUDED IN THIS PATTERN: Very clear and detailed instructions with lots of diagrams Cutting labels for everything with dimensions on it Drafted Pattern pieces for everything with dimensions on it A link to a video where you can follow me creating this bag.

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Serial Bagmakers
Serial Bagmakers
I have been making bags and wallets for the last 18 months. Before that, I hardly had any sewing experience. I am mostly self-taught, youtube-taught, using tutorials, watching videos, as well as buying and learning hundreds of patterns from dozens of designers. Since I'm always making something (over 130 bags, wallets and nitbits last year) I started calling myself a serial bagmaker. From a joke it became a gimmick. And now my business name. I am not a designer. I write tutorials for people who can't figure out how they did that on pinterest. I charge a little money for the work I do on writing the instructions and drafting the patternpieces.