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Wednesday, 9 March 2016

New Pattern Release: The Chapel Street Shoulder Bag.

I am so excited to introduce you to my brand spanking new pattern........drum roll please.

The Chapel Street Shoulder Bag

 
 
 
 
The Chapel Street Shoulder Bag, a touch retro and all style; she may be small but she sure packs a punch! I am a Melbourne girl at heart, my favourite shopping destination is Chapel Street in Prahran. Filled with hustle, bustle and some of my favourite shopping and dining venues. The Chapel Street Shoulder Bag is an ode to all things fun, quirky and stylish!
 
With a fun and practical ‘Joey’ pocket as the focal point on this bag, it is the perfect way to make a feature of your most favourite fabric. The Chapel Street Shoulder Bag features mitred corners which give this beauty body and form, increasing the depth of the bag overall. With two strap lengths; shoulder holder and arm crook, you can tailor this bag to really suit your personal needs.
The Chapel Street shoulder bag is the perfect grab and go size bag, big enough to hold a wallet, keys and diary and the Joey pocket is the perfect phone and sunglass pocket. Closing with a recessed zipper, all your items will stay put even when you are busy and on the run seeing the sights of the town. The pattern includes appendixes on how to make your own piping and adding an optional zipper welt pocket to the back panel of your bag.
Pattern Level: Advanced Beginner
Finished Size: Bag Body- 8.5” H x 10.5” W x 2.5” D
Pattern Release Date: March 12th
Price: $8.50 AU
Pattern will be available via the Little Moo Pattern Shop.
 
If you would like to get organised, here is the requirements list:
 
 
SHOPPING LIST
- ½ Yard mid weight iron on fusible fleece (Vilene H640 or similar)
- ½ Yard mid weight iron on mid weight interfacing
- ½ Yard exterior fabric
- ½ Yard lining fabric
- 2 x D Rings 1” size
- 1 x 10” Zipper
-  Pre made piping: 20” L x  3/32” (2mm) size
- 2 x 1” swivel clips (Optional for attaching straps)
 
If that is not enough excitement, I am working on a fun blog series to follow the pattern release next week which will include: fabric combos/suggestions, getting organised to sew your chapel street shoulder bag,  tips on adding a leather/vinyl gusset to your bag, my suggestions for interfacings and my tips to improve your top stitching.
Stay tuned for a super duper release of a pattern I am so excited to share with you. This one may just be my favourite yet.

Until then, Happy Sewing.

Kylie xx



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