The Bundled Up Bindle Bag is a fun and versatile cinch up bag that can be used for many purposes! It can hold supplies for on-the-go crafting, do double duty as both storage and play mat for the kids, or act as a wet bag for your beach or locker room needs.
Young and old, male and female will find a good use for this versatile bag! Per the original design, the Bundled Up Bindle Bag is intended to be made with three kinds of fabrics: "regular" fabric, laminated fabric and mesh. However, what you use to make it depends on how you want to use the finished item.
Read more about this project on my blog at: http://esheepdesigns.blogspot.com/2016/05/new-pattern-release-bundled-up-bindle.html
- This is an 18 page PDF with over 30 photos; measurements given in both metric and imperial.
- The finished size when opened up fully is a 24" or 61cm wide circle. When cinched up, it is approximately 11" x 9" (52cm x 48cm) at the base (depending on contents, if any).
- Due to the nature of digital products, all PDF pattern sales are final.
Materials you need at home:
- 20" (51cm) piece of laminated cotton or waxcloth
- 39" or 1 metre of ribbon, 5/8" to 1" (1.6cm to 2.5cm) wide
- 3/4 yds or metres of exterior fabric
- 16" (41cm) piece of mesh
- 4 grommets (eyelets) big enough for your chosen cord to pass through
- 4 yds or just under 4 metres of paracord or similar cording
- 3/4 yds or metres of interior fabric
- Coordinating thread, binder clips or Wonder Clips, tape, pins, scissors, ruler, rotary cutter and mat, iron, etc.
A budding seamstress in my youth, I abandoned the hobby for almost three decades. Then I discovered that people sewed "stuff" besides clothes and quilts. What an eye-opener! The discovery led to a personal sewing journey... one that has seen me progress from student to designer. Check in with me every Saturday morning to see what new discoveries I've made and soak up inspiration from freebies that you won't find here. (P.S. Looking for the best deal? My patterns are ALWAYS sale priced directly from my blog... some are even free!) Check it out at esheepdesigns.blogspot.com