From a roomy market tote to a tablet sleeve and handy backpack, these simple patchwork purses are fun to quilt and carry. Vintage silhouettes feature simple patchwork designs like strip piecing, log cabins, triangles, hexagons, and curved shapes. Full-size patterns plus clear instructions on adding pockets, straps, zippers, piping, and hardware will help confident beginners take their sewing skills to the next level. Sift through your stash for the perfect fabrics to piece, or be inspired by a gallery of alternate colorways (including all-solid versions) for each project!
• 15 chic projects, including a pieced messenger bag, clutch, phone case, Boston bag, and more.
• Simple patchwork techniques plus one-fabric versions perfect for confident beginners.
• Trendy, everyday bags with full-size patterns from esteemed designer Sue Kim
Softcover; 128 pages; published 2016.
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