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Zabelia Triple Zip Bag - PDF sewing pattern

Zabelia Triple Zip Bag - PDF sewing pattern

$12.00 CAD

 If you like a small cross body bag with plenty of pockets, then the Zabelia Triple Zip Bag is perfect for you! On the bag's exterior, there are 2 zipper pockets on the front, one hidden zipper pocket that is perfect for your keys and lip balm and one visible zipper pocket. On the back of the bag's exterior is one large slip pocket perfect for your phone.

Inside the bag, you'll find 3 more pockets: two slip pockets and one zipper pocket that is identical to the front visible zipper pocket. 

The main closure of the bag is a top zipper and it has a removable cross body strap in case you want to carry it as a large clutch.

Included in this pattern:

  • photo diagrams outlining all parts of the bag's exterior and interior
  • cutting chart
  • a free video tutorial (see link to first video below)


Exterior fabric:

1/2 yard Exterior fabric (44” W)
1 Fat Quarter Contrast fabric (22” W x 18” H) (if you decide to not use a Contrast fabric, you will still need only 1/2 yard of Exterior fabric)

Lining fabric:

1 yard Lining fabric (44” W)


1 yard Light or medium weight fusible woven interfacing
1/3 yard Fusible fleece (45” wide)
9” W x 2 1/2” H Firm Sew-in Stabilizer (Pellon Peltex 70/Stiff Stuff interfacing)
1/4 yard Decovil light or Heavyweight woven fusible interfacing

Notions and Supplies:

(1) 9 1/2” zipper tape with single pull (hidden exterior zipper pocket)
(1) 14” zipper tape with single pull (main zipper closure)
(2) 11 1/2” zipper tape with single pull (front zipper pocket + interior zipper pocket)
(2) 3/4” D-ring
(2) 1” swivel hook(1) 1” rectangle slide
(1) 14mm or 18mm magnetic snap
(1) metal zipper end
1 1/2” yards of 1” webbing (longer if a longer adjustable strap is desired)


 MEASUREMENTS: 11 1/4” W x 9” H x 3” D (28,5 cm x 22,5 cm x 7,5 cm)

SEWING EXPERIENCE: The Zabelia is best suited to an intermediate bag maker due to the number of pockets and zippers. It will probably take approximately 6 hours to make this bag, around 4 hours if using materials that do not require much interfacing.

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