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Rosetta Ruffle Bag

$7.50

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

We've got a bag that is SO fun to carry around and makes you feel SO special...everyone will have to have one! After getting hundreds of comments on a great customer creation we blogged several months ago, we decided to come up with our own take on the feminine ruffle bag. You can make it with a single gorgeous fabric, or mix and match for an eclectic look. We love embellishing the top band with velvet ribbon or lace. The look works beautifully with vintage jewelry. It comes in three sizes - mini (S), purse (M), and tote (L)! There are three options for edge finishing (overlocked, narrow hemmed, and double thickness ruffles), so don't worry if you don't have a serger! And despite the elegant look, this bag is easy-peasy to put together. Combined with all the new choices of Sis Boom Fabrics, this pattern is going to open up all kinds of possibilities for our handbag makers! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Straight stitching Gathering Zig-zag stitching SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS mini (S), purse (M), and tote (L)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric - 1 -3 yards, depending on size and style
  • Heavyweight fusible interfacing - 0.5 - 1.25 yards
  • Fusible fleece - 0.5 - 1.25 yards

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Sis Boom Pattern Company
Sis Boom Pattern Company
Jennifer Paganelli and Carla Hegeman Crim have partnered to bring you stylish designs and the very best sewing experience! Jennifer is the textile artist behind Sis Boom Fabrics. A crafter and hand sewer, she she loves to create items that echo her past. Foraging through new vintage finds and cast- offs stimulates her imagination and she is piqued by the hunt . Taking those finds and telling a story is where her magic comes into play! Carla, also known as The Scientific Seamstress, is a molecular biologist turned patternmaker. Her "experiments with design" result in accurate, easy to use patterns. Many beginners have learned to sew (and even built businesses) using her accurate, fully illustrated tutorials.