The Berlin Slouch Bag ePattern

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Imprint Stash Books
ISBN 9781617452284

Nicole Mallalieu ––

City-girl style and posh details combined in one trendy bag

Sew a fashion-forward purse that’s sure to become a wardrobe staple! With eye-catching angled zippers, O-rings, and quilted straps, this trendy bag will teach you to become a better bag maker. Learn tips for a professional finish from best-selling author Nicole Mallalieu, creator of YOU SEW GIRL! patterns. This versatile carryall comes with complete, detailed instructions plus photos and illustrations to guide you step by step.

• Trendy bag with funky shape and eye-catching angled zippers
• Complete, detailed instructions with tips to make you a better bag maker
• From best-selling author of The Better Bag Maker and designer of YOU SEW GIRL! patterns

Materials Needed:

Quilting or light decor-weight fabric, 40˝ wide: 11/4 yards for bag
Contrast fabric (same weight): 3/8 yard
Contrast fabric (lightweight): 4˝ . 12˝
Lining fabric: 11/4 yards
Lightweight fusible fleece: 1 yard (Use only if you are using quilting weight fabric for the exterior.)
Fusible web: 6˝ . 12˝ scrap
Medium-weight fusible woven interfacing, 20˝wide: 11/2 yards
Stiff pelmet interfacing, 18˝ wide: 1/4 yard (such as Vilene S520 or Pellon 520F Deco-Fuse)
Sheet of template plastic, 12˝ . 18˝
6 purse feet, 1/2˝ • 2 O-rings,
1 open-ended zipper 20˝
2 zippers 6˝ to match 20˝ zipper
Fusible tape, 1/4˝ wide OR fabric gluestick


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