Saturday, December 31, 2011

New Patterns for My Collection from Sewing With Me 3 on Etsy

I wanted to share with you the new 

patterns I added to my collection.


The shopping bag will make a 

great book bag for you or me ;o)

Sewing With Me 3 on Etsy

no 192 The Anita Bag PDF Pattern-SALE


16 ½” WIDTH X 13 ¼” HEIGHT X 5 ½” DEPTH 

The Anita Bag is a large and fashionable shoulder bag that will match extremely well with a semiformal or formal outfit. Its leather handles and peculiar design add to its modern, artistic look, giving the bag’s wearer a “fabulous city woman” kind of feel. 

Because this bag’s design is more stylish and edgy rather than cute, it is recommended that you select an appropriately patterned fabric to bring out the best results. As previously mentioned, this bag is quite large in size, which is handy for busy days when you don’t have the time to switch between bags or pick things up from home. 

With it, you can carry around everything you need for the day, from files and netbooks to the soccer jersey your kid forgot at home. No outsider will know what’s really inside your amazing bag. It’s our little secret. Going for a striking look? Wow everyone with The Anita Bag. 

44” wide heavyweight home decorator OR quilting weight cotton
(1) Yard for exterior fabric 
(1) Yard for lining

(1) Yard of 44” wide medium weight fusible interfacing 

(1) 18mm Magnetic Snap
(1) Spool of coordinating thread
(1) Set of 13” webbing handle or leather handles 
30”-34” Webbing

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no 196 Eco Friendly Portable Shopping Bag 

PDF Pattern-SALE

HOLIDAY SALE! ALL ITEMS 50% OFF! DEC/13/2011 - JAN/8/2012


*This item is not a finished bag. PDF PATTERN!!!

*You may sell the finished product for this pattern. 

*Sewing Level - Beginner

*Dimension Approximately
22” width X 24” height X 3.5” depths(including handle)
3.5” width X 6” length X 2.5” depths(When closed)

*My Pattern Includes:
- What you need
- Describes each step detailed
- 22 pictures 
- How to make the pocket
- Computer drawn accurate Patterns
- Print the pattern on letter papers and tape them

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