Fat Quarter Hand Bag Pattern
Remember my recent spoonflower purchases? I put together another pattern especially meant for fat quarters. This time the bag has a small handle making it more of a little party hand bag. Usually, I'm hesitant to use great fabrics for my liners, but sometimes it feels just a little luxurious to have something fancy hidden inside, you know? I'm pretty sure I've bought pants before because of the lining in the waistband. So anyway, my pretty fabric by snork is inside.
Oh, yeah - and the pattern has a little accompanying drawstring coin purse - to be sure to use up all the fabric. These are all the scraps I had left over.
After I made this I decided I needed a shiny version, so I made a little blue one, too. L claimed this one for herself, so I may have to make another.
This pattern is pretty easy and would be great for beginners. It requires 2 fat quarters, a button and hair elastic, interfacing, and your basic sewing tools. No tricky skills required. It's sort of a big file - I'm still trying to figure out how to shrink my file without losing quality. Remember, I would really love feedback, on the pattern, the pdf, my grammar, whatever.
Update: the pattern has been moved to the shop. Thanks!
and p.s. please feel free to sell bags made from this pattern.