Free Bag Pattern – the Ruffled and Ready Bag

free bag pattern

Do you remember the Made in a Snap Bag pattern? It’s a cute little purse but it is small, designed as a bag for your essentials. What if you need a little more room, have a lot of ‘essentials’ or just prefer something in a different style? Well, the purse … Continue reading

Small Crossbody Wallet – When You Need An Extra Pocket

small crossbody wallet

I’m happy to share this new simple project and free pattern for the Small Crossbody Wallet.  It can be made using fabric, leather or vinyl and is suitable for intermediate sewists or advanced beginners. First, let me share with you the backstory for the design.  I had a disagreeable little … Continue reading

Folded Shopping Bag FREE Pattern. Never without a bag when you need one!

folded shopping bag

Here’s a fun and practical sewing project –a folded shopping bag– that you can make with Batik fabric.  Frankly, you could do this project with almost any colorful fabric (or even not-so-colorful..) but I love how it looks with beautiful Batik. I don’t know if this is happening in your … Continue reading

Coin Purse Free Pattern, Tutorial & Video – a perfect beginner project

coin purse pattern

This coin purse pattern and tutorial are a follow-up to the Leather and Fabric Handbag tutorial we posted recently.  While you certainly don’t need to make this coin purse pattern from leather –you can use vinyl or almost any fabric– it makes a good first project for those who have … Continue reading

Soft Clutch Bag Pattern for your Collection: The Katherine Clutch

The soft clutch bag pattern is an easily adaptable pattern to make the clutch of your dreams.  This is the perfect accessory for cocktail parties, a dinner or a gift for Christmas. We owe this handy design concept to the House of Hermes when they first launched the Verrou Clutch, a … Continue reading

FREE & EASY Phone Wallet Organizer Pattern and Tutorial

phone wallet organizer

Today, I’m sharing an easy phone wallet organizer pattern and tutorial that you can make in about an hour.  The design uses two standard fat quarters so you probably have the materials in your fabric stash already.  This is a great project for both beginners as well as experienced sewists. … Continue reading