Sage Booklet - PDF sewing pattern
The Sage Booklet is a rewarding sewing project that allows you to create a useful item using a fun combination of fabric, zippers and vinyl. It is a great organizer that can be used to store so many different items: sewing supplies and notions, cosmetics, art supplies. The possibilities are endless!
The booklet has a total of 4 clear vinyl zippered compartments and 2 mesh pockets inside. It stays closed thanks to a tab closure with a magnetic snap.
Do not be intimidated by the binding - the video shows how easy it is!
Included in this pattern:
- a cutting chart and photos of the booklet naming the various pieces
- pattern pieces for all pieces minus the body binding.
- a free video tutorial (see link to the video below)
Exterior fabric:Fat quarter quilt weight cotton (42” W)
Binding fabric:40” L x 2” W binding strip
104” L x 2 1/4” W binding strip cut ON THE BIAS
Lining fabric:1/2 yard quilt weight cotton (42” W)
18” x 18” mesh fabric
Interfacing:3/4 yard Fusible woven interfacing (43” W)
1/4 yard or less Fusible fleece (45” W)
1/2 yard firm sew-in interfacing (ex: Peltex - 20” W)
Notions and Supplies:21” W x 12” H Vinyl
(4) 11” zipper tape (#4.5, #5)
(1) 18mm magnetic snap
18” of foldover elastic (or prepare 18” of 1/2” wide double fold binding) - cut into (2) 9” lengths
SEWING EXPERIENCE: This pattern is best suited to an intermediate bag maker but confident beginners could probably manage while following along with the video tutorial. It will probably take around 4 hours to make this bag. The longest part is cutting, interfacing and preparation. Sewing the booklet is quite fast.
7 1/2” W x 10 3/8” H x 2” D