Pebble Wash Bag pdf pattern
The Pebble Wash Bag has a sleek and clean design that’s roomy enough to fit in all of your wash bag essentials.
A version of this pattern has been featured in Love Sewing and Quilt Now magazines in the UK
The Pebble Wash Bag features a curved oval body shape and all around gusset with a long zip opening over the top section. There are pull tabs on either end to help with opening and closing and the bag shape is highlighted by piping around the main body of the bag.
Although the design is simple the construction method is best suited to someone with Intermediate sewing skills.
APPROX FINISHED SIZE
17cm high x 29cm wide x 8cm deep OR 6 5/8″ high x 11 3/8″ wide x 3 1/8″ deep
FABRIC SUGGESTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
See one of the pictures above for fabric requirements and suggestions.
The pattern suggests using fusible fleece, however you can substitute for your preferred type of interfacing.
The instructions are presented over 13 pages and feature plenty of digitally drawn illustrations to support the step by step instructions.
All pattern pieces have been digitally drafted and are presented over 5 sheets of printer paper. Measurements for the rectangular pattern pieces have been provided if you prefer not to print out rectangular shapes. You will just need to figure out the correct placement of the notches.
Pattern pieces will print on either A4 or US Letter Paper.
If you are looking for some inspiration then have a look at the Pebble Wash Bag gallery to see some great fabric choices and variations
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