Owl Mini Bag pdf pattern
Little girls love bags and there is nothing more grown up than having a bag of your own. This Owl Mini Bag is just the right size for fitting in a few precious things.
Making this bag requires some basic sewing skills and some simple raw edge applique techniques.
– Main Fabric: 15″x 9″ (half a fat quarter)
– Lining Fabric: 20″ x 8″ (half a fat quarter)
– Remnants/small pieces of 3 prints for applique
– Felt: 5″ x 2.5″
– 2 x large buttons (1″ are ideal)
– Fusible interfacing
– 45″ of bias binding
There are 11 pages of instructions and the digitally drawn pattern pieces are presented over 4 pages. There are plenty of colour photographs and diagrams to illustrate the clearly written step by step instructions.
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This pattern is copyrighted to Victoria Peat/Little Black Duck Ltd and is for personal use only. You do not have permission to re-distribute the pattern or to sell items made from this pattern.
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