Hardware is usually categorized on the functional side of sewing. For this project, we moved hardware into the fashionable category; grommets/eyelets and rivets create a striking starburst design on the bag’s front.
It’s a fabulous fifties flashback – retro cool but with modern features that make it easier to construct. We love the bold chevron accent on the front and back, reminiscent of the two-tone tail fins of ‘50s era cars.
A classic leather elbow patch – it can transform a rumpled guy in a tacky corduroy jacket into a suave, crush-worthy academician. But… what else can it do? It can become a unique accent for a slim style canvas bag.
Plenty o’ pockets to stash all your stuff! There are four big outside pockets that wrap front and back plus a deep inside compartment. A good tote to use to make sure you have masks and more at the ready when out and about.
Generous in size and style thanks to a perfect combination of bold fabric and striking embroidery. Use our free embroidery design download or the printable template for hand embroidery or decorative stitching.
Decorative stitching against a neutral canvas gives this slouchy bucket bag a great hipster style. We also incorporated long, soft tassels at the sides and front made from the belted cording. We include all the steps.
You’ll need to read more to see why this bag is named after Winnie The Pooh’s pal, Christopher Robin. In the meantime, you can see the bag’s exterior is done in quilted corduroy and the front flap has very cool closures.
The clean, modern style features double tuck locks as the flap’s closure. Our step-by-step tutorial shows you how easy it is to add this professional finish. The bag’s slim structure comes from a hidden layer of foam.
Tightly spaced, straight line quilting goes right across the appliqué for an unbroken pattern that wraps from front to back. We designed the modern skyscraper appliqué on the front and back to feature jelly roll strips.
Bags come in all shapes and sizes, but this round canteen style is one of our favorites. It has such a great retro feel. You can pretend you’re a Boy Scout or Girl Scout on a special outdoor expedition. Download the free pattern.
The step-by-step instructions for this trendy boutique style bag include lots of great tips and tricks for working with faux leather and vinyl, including cutting, stitching, and how to keep layers to a minimum.
It has all the traits needed to rocket to the top of the totes. Precision cutting – both straight and on the bias, piping accents, and corded handles are just a few of the styling particulars that give this bag its iconic appeal.
Two coordinated pouches designed to clip together. Use one or both. Turn them into a mini shoulder bag or ditch the strap and toss one or both into a larger tote. Stash money and cards in one, make-up and extras in the other.
Tall, thin and elegant, this bag could be a runway model. Or maybe at least be carried by one of those long-legged beauties. Soft faux leather is the perfect background for the beautiful jacquard ribbons from Renaissance Ribbons.
This tote is designed in a shopper style, which means it’s a generous size that opens wide at the top and can be slung over your shoulder or carried by hand. We recommend easy-to-sew faux leather and vinyl for the sleek look.