Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag: New Video Released

Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag

Hi, just letting you all know that we've released the second video in the Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag series in which we sew and assemble the lining of the bag.  You can refer back to the original project by clicking HERE or on the image below.

anti pickpocket bag

The first video in the series showing the making of the twisted fabric handles was released last week.

There will be a third installment of the Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag series in which we assemble and finish the bag.  Expect that out in a few days.  We've also added some guidance for using anti-RFID fabric to prevent electronic pickpocketing as well.

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The pattern download has already been enormously popular, with almost 6,000 downloads in the first week.  In fact, the day this project launched, we had our biggest traffic day ever on our website with over 75,000 pageviews for the day!

We hope this new video will help guide everyone along with their projects.

See the entire sewing tutorial series here:

  • 11:34
    Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag: Part 3, Assembling the Bag
  • 8:45
    Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag: Part 2, Sewing the Lining
  • 13:7
    Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag: Part 1, Making the Handles


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2 Responses to Sewing the Anti Pickpocket Bag: New Video Released

  1. Vanessa says:

    I really love this bag, however, I like to have the instructions next to me while I’m sewing. I have already cut out the material for two bags and no instructions. What am I supposed to do now? My daughter and I plan on starting to sew them tomorrow and I don’t even know where to begin. Do you happen to have the instructions to print out, or have I just wasted my time and money on a pattern with no instructions?

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Vanessa, I can assure you-you have not awasted your time and money. Fist the pattern is free, second this is a lovely bag if I may say so myself. It took me 2.5 weeks of 12 hours work to put the pattern, tutorial and videos together. First, I thought I sell the pattern and at the last minute dicided to leave it free. The instructions are on the site. and the videos are so you can see the assembly process should you be the visual type. I think is a great way to spend time with your daughter, enjoy the project. Kind Regards…
      Here are the sew-along links

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