Tuesday, 2 June 2015

BlueBell Handbag - pattern testing

It's been long time since I started working on this handbag.




Of course, I have not worked continuously on it, only from time to time.
I have made already a few bags while I was writing the pattern and I like it more and more.
It's a carryall bucket bag that mixes in with everyday basics and provides the perfect finish to casual outfits.
 


The oval base gives it personality and support.


It closes with two magnetic snaps and has two handles with metal rings attached, two pockets inside to help you organize your things. But the real star of the bag is the zippered pocket installed to one exterior side.Why? Because the 7" opening gives you access to two pockets, one for each side of the bag.


The finished size is:
13½" wide
14" tall (without handles)
7" deep

 
It can be made from a wide range of fabrics: from quilt weight fabric to decorator fabric.



Depending on this it is necessary to add interfacing (lightweight to medium) and/or batting or fusible fleece.


The pattern is almost ready and now I need help from some of you to finish it.
Do you want to test my pattern?
Could you send me in about 14 days your feedback (including pictures of your work)?
As English is not my native language, I would appreciate your assistence from this point of view, too.
The only way I can make it up to you is to offer the final corrected form of the pattern.

I look forward to your response!

Thank you!

Have a beautiful day!

I'm linking to Finish it up Friday!





2 comments:

Silvia said...

I'll like to test your pattern! I admired this bag for a long time, such a nice shape and perfect size!

andrea @ tideline quilts said...

I love your bags, all of them, but the bold and beautiful butterfly version at the top of your post has me drooling! It is absolutely gorgeous! Congratulations.

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