Travel Cosmetic Bag FREE Pattern and Tutorial

Travel Cosmetic Bag

Here's how to sew a large, roomy, comfortable and beautiful cosmetic bag-nessesser, which will accommodate so many important things. The size of the finished bag is 18 cm by 18 cm by 7 cm.

Materials that will be required for sewing a handbag.

1. The felt is hard 1-2 mm thick, the cut is 45 cm by 55 cm.
2. The zipper 40 cm, preferably detachable.
3. Sublimation thermo-sticker for decoration (can be optional)
4. A pattern printed on sheet A 4 on a scale of 1: 1.

Check the FREE Pattern and Tutorial HERE

Check out this Boxy Cosmetic Bag Free Pattern, too!

 

 

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Tammy Laurich
Tammy Laurich

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Shannon
Shannon

Hi there! Beautiful pattern. Just wondering where you buy hard felt?

Wynn
Wynn

Suggest you get a cheap ruler or tape measure with both metric and inches …

Mayra
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Reply to  Wynn

Great idea Wynn. Thanks for sharing.

Rae Shaw
Rae Shaw

I would love to make this but I can’t figure out how to “print the pattern????
Can anyone help????
Thanks,
Rae from Missouri

Micky
Micky
Reply to  Rae Shaw

I finally figured it out. Right beneath the blue box that says “check out the pattern and free tutorial” is a line that says check out this boxy cosmetic bag free pattern. It takes you to Craftsy. It looks different but that’s it as far as I ce n tell.

Linda G
Linda G

The tutorial is free, but there isn’t any link to get to the pattern download for this cosmetic bag.

Jenola
Jenola

The pattern is great. But I am not interested in figuring mm into inches.

Micky
Micky
Reply to  Jenola

There are free apps that will do it, if you have Alexa, that will do it and your measuring tape should have it.

Shirley Buseman
Shirley Buseman

I signed up for your emails and I realize they are free patterns but I don’t know the difference between a millimeter and a gas meter. I’m a not so bright 70+ lady, who only knows inches and yards. Can you addess my issues?

Mayra
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Hi Shirley, unfortunately, I think the pattern comes only in metric. Maybe you can try a converter like this to get the inches: https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/length/mm-to-inch.html

Lynne LePore
Lynne LePore

Does this pattern have inches instead of metric measurements? I always mess up the conversions and it doesn’t look right. Thank you.

Mayra
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Reply to  Lynne LePore

Hi Lynne, unfortunately, I think the pattern comes only in metric. Maybe you can try a converter like this to get the inches: https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/length/mm-to-inch.html