The Stonecrop Organizer Satchel - PDF Sewing Pattern
Please read entire listing before purchasing - especially the "Sewing Experience" section below.
The Stonecrop Organizer Satchel is a medium sized bag which has two top carry handles and a cross body strap. It can be made with the organizer pocket on the front or with a simple slip pocket with flap closure.
The bag has one exterior pocket on the front with flap closure and one exterior zippered pocket on the back. Inside the bag are two slip pockets and one zippered pocket. If making the organizer pocket, the front pocket has zippers on both sides, 8 card slots, 2 slip pockets and an additional zippered pocket under the flap.
1 Fat Quarter Exterior fabric 1
1/2 - 3/4 yard Exterior fabric 2 or cork/vinyl (will vary depending on width of your cork/vinyl)
1 1/2 yards Lining fabric (44” W)Interfacing:
4-5 yards Fusible woven interfacing (20” wide)
1 Fat Quarter Fusible fleece (45” wide)
15” W x 10” H Peltex or firm sew-in interfacing
1 yard Foam interfacing (20” W)
Notions and Supplies:
(2) 1” D-rings or triangle rings or other side connectors
(1) 1.5” rectangle slide
(2) 1.5” swivels
(1) small turn lock
(4) 1” rectangle rings or small strap connectors
(4) purse feet (optional)
(1) metal zipper end (optional)
(2) 6” zippers #4.5 or #5 (or 8 inches of zipper tape)
(1) 14” zipper #4.5 or #5 for main closure (or 14” zipper tape)
(1) 9” zipper (any size will work) for interior pocket (or 11” of zipper tape)
(1) 10” zipper #4.5 or #5 for exterior pocket (or 12” of zipper tape)
(1) 6” #3 or dress zipper (or 8” zipper of zipper tape)
Please note: All fabric quantities are estimates and will vary a lot if your prints are directional. I recommend purchasing a bit of extra fabric.
MEASUREMENTS: 12.25” W x 9.5” H x 3.75” D (31 cm x 24 cm x 9.5 cm)
SEWING EXPERIENCE: This bag with a regular pocket with flap closure would be considered intermediate however the version with the organizer pocket would be considered advanced as it requires precision with seam allowances to ensure a proper fit. Please read the entire pattern before starting. It is a longer project and time for completion varies quite a lot depending on skill level. Rough estimate would be 6-8 hours for intermediate version and closer to 7-8 hours for the advanced version.
PLEASE NOTE: This pattern is in English only.
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