This fully lined tied-handle tote bag makes a perfect carry-all for a busy mom or woman on-the-go. With tons of room inside, you can take it to the beach, pool, park or library. Also great as a travel tote or for carrying your current stitching/knitting projects. Have everything in one … Continue reading
This structured Kennedy bag has lots of pretty detailing. It’s large enough to carry all of your essentials as well. Make it in a great patchwork, or stick to a single fabric! The bag also features a zippered pocket on the lining of the bag, and also divided pockets right … Continue reading
This bag was made using my line of fabric for Art Gallery Fabrics called Jungle Ave. This small bag will allow you to try out several fun bag-making techniques; adding a metal twist lock, using piping in a bag, making darts, and adding elastic pockets. Use your favorite print and combine it … Continue reading
The Carolina breeze bag is a medium-size casual carry-all shoulder bag. The soft pleats and a big pretty bow make this purse sweet yet very simple. The finished bag is 13″ tall and 16″ wide. Strap length is adjustable from a long, shoulder strap, to a short handbag length. The free PDF pattern/eBook has full-size printable pattern pieces, step-by-step instructions, and photos. Find the Carolina breeze bag pattern here.
This bag making tutorial is the first part of a very in depth bag making series, ideal for people new to bag making. It also links to the other 3 sections. There are lots techniques covered such as bag shaping, bag closures, using bag patterns, bag bottoms and more. By … Continue reading
This boxy purse tutorial will bring you a spacious purse that could be used as a purse, make up bag or pencil case either for yourself or as a gift. It is lined and interfaced to help it hold it’s shape and has plenty of space inside to fill. The … Continue reading
This free bag pattern is featured at Sew Country Chick and sparkles through simplicity, versatility and coolness. I like that it’s got a large shoulder, unique fabric and a cute hobo style shape. I see myself wearing this kind of bag with a large array of clothing from jeans, to … Continue reading
Who wouldn’t like this adorable tote, especially on a bright, sunny day? I know I’m totally smitten with this tote, I’d wear it anytime, anywhere. It looks advanced but truth is, the pattern is very simple and the result is quite spectacular. Get the free tote pattern at Pretty … Continue reading