Here’s your chance to make the perfect bag for a little girl. You can make her a gift she will absolutely love.
This is the sewing pattern for the Girls Go To Bag from the tremendously talented sewing pattern designer Spencer Ogg Patterns.
The Girls Go To Bag is a beautiful open basket style bag with a large outer pocket and a large inside decorated pocket. The rounded and gusseted bottom means lots of room for their favourite Barbie or playthings. The bag is fully lined throughout with a large feature profile stitched pocket on the front, with a generous shoulder strap that can be altered to fit the size of the child.
Flexible foam inside means the bag stands up unaided and keeps its signature bell-bottom shape even with a full load.
The comprehensive instructions with full-color photography throughout walk you through every step of make-up to produce a professional quality girls bag.
The fabulous designer rates her project as easy to moderate to sew and once you’ve made one of these Girls Go To Bags you will see that it is suitable for girls age 3 to 12.
When you have finished making yourself a Girls Go To Bag it will measure approximately 7″ (17.5 cm) by 9.5″ (24.5 cm).
This fun project is suitable for most medium weight fabrics, or quilting weight with a layer of interlining.
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The full-sized computer drafted pdf pattern has fourteen pages of full-color tutorial style instructions with detailed photos that will walk you through making a very professional looking bag in no time at all. All the measurements are given in inches and cms and the designer gives you lots of relevant sewing tips and a list of material requirements and suggestions. The pattern is printer-friendly with a size check feature to verify your printer settings. The pattern prints on US letter size or A4 paper.
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