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Mini Miranda Bag

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Pattern Details

A perfect-sized purse-tote with two handles and a simple flap closure. Offering 6 inside pockets to keep everything organized, and a few pockets for pens, too. Choose fabric handles (short/long) or fashion handles. Great for large scale prints. FEATURES Loaded with 10 inside pockets. Choose fabric handles (short/long) or fashion handles. Great for large scale prints. Choose four fabrics: two for the outside, two for the inside. The lining fabric will wrap over the top edge of the bag and finish on the outside, giving the illusion of binding. - The Mini Miranda Bag pattern is in PDF format and is 9 pages of cover/instruction. - Color photo instructions. - This is a rotary cut design, no pattern pieces provided. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Rotary cut project, no pattern pieces provided. An even-feed or walking foot may be helpful. This project is designed to be made using 100% quilting cottons. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately: 10 1/2" width at bottom of bag x 9 1/2" height x 4" depth

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric: 1/2 yd - Cover bottom of bag, Handles, Flap Closure
  • Bag-E-Bottom: Size F (item LGD505) from Lazy Girl Designs
  • Interfacing: 1 1/2 yds Face-It Firm medium/heavyweight fusible interfacing by Lazy Girl 20" wide. (Or 7/8 yd, if 45" wide)

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Lazy Girl Designs
Lazy Girl Designs
As "Lazy Girl," Joan Hawley always finds the easy and fun way to a successful project. A self-described geek and armchair engineer, Joan loves creating new twists and techniques for sewing and quilting. Joan is a renowned author, teacher and popular blogger. In addition to her successful pattern line, she designs notions for Clover Needlecraft and developed her Sew Lazy line of interfacing. Additionally, Joan is passionate for purses and poodles, loves the thrill of the written word, collecting books, thinking about gardening and occasionally burning a new recipe.