INTRODUCTORY PRICE ~ sale ends 4/16 midnight CT.
* * * * THIS IS A PDF PATTERN, not a finished product. Your pattern will be ready for an instant download once your payment is processed. * * * *
!!!!! Please note, this is a MEASURE AND CUT PATTERN meaning all pattern pieces are cut using cutting mat, rotary cutter, and ruler. No templates are needed to make this bag !!!!!
Create your own super useful everyday handbag using this PDF pattern.
DIMENSIONS: 12'' tall x 11'' wide on bottom x 4'' deep
You will receive 12 pages of clear, easy to follow step by step instructions and color photos to make this fantastic bag.
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: intermediate
two exterior zipper pocket
interior zipper pocket
interior slip pocket
main zipper closure
instructions on how to make fabric handles if preferred
MATERIALS NEEDED to make Kensington Handbag:
*FABRIC A (main exterior) – 3/4 yard
*FABRIC B (lining) – 1/2 yard
*FABRIC C (pocket linings) – 1/2 yard
SF 101 INTERFACING (or other medium weight fusible interfacing of choice) – 2 yards
two (2) – 3/4'' wide x 26'' long LEATHER STRIPS for handles
two (2) - 8'' long metal or nylon ZIPPERS
one (1) - 6'' long metal or nylon ZIPPER
one (1) - 14'' long metal or nylon ZIPPER
four (4) – 6-8 mm RIVETS (optional)
EXTERIOR (FABRIC A) – designer cotton canvas, Essex linen, cotton/linen blend fabric, denim, or medium weight home décor fabric are recommended. Waxed canvas could also be used (no need to add interfacing if you do).
LINING (FABRIC B, C) - I used quilting cotton for the main lining, but you can also use duck canvas (no need to add interfacing if you use canvas for the lining). Pocket linings work best when quilting cotton is used.
cutting mat, ruler, and rotary cutter
Wonder clips and/or pins
disappearing fabric marker or fine chalk pen
small sharp fabric scissors
90/14 or 110/18 (jeans/denim) needle for your sewing machine
leather hole punch + rivet setting tool (optional)
* * * * Please note, there are no refunds on instant download patterns.
* * * * Buying this pattern allows you to make and sell items on a small, handmade scale (please credit sotak patterns in your written description).
Thank you for your purchase. Please let me know if you have any questions. Svetlana