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Closed measurements 6" by 4"
Outside zipper pouch lined with nylon
Under flap zipper pouch lined with quilted fabric
Designed for money, credit cards and identification on outside
and to fit Iphone 6 inside.
Optional crossbody strap
- two 20" by 7" panels of fabric for outside and zipper extension strips I used PUL
- one 13" by 7" quilted fabric or polar fleece
- one 16" by 7" nylon for lining outside pouch & optional handle tabs
- two 7" inch zippers
- one 4" by 60" strip of nylon for optional cross body strap
- two key rings for optional strap
Place right side of fabric on top of zipper.
After stitching the first side
Fold the fabric right sides together
Top stitch the layers along the zipper teeth
Repeat assembly order for second side of zipper
Pull zipper pull down about two inches
Zip it up after stitching
Top stitch the second side
Front and back views of outside zipper.
Attach top flap
With right sides together
Top stitch to secure seam allowance towards top of flap.
With right sides together attach top flap, then edge stitch the seam.
Open outside zipper
Right sides together, outside of bag on top
Inside in the middle and quilted fabric on the bottom
Fold strap tabs in half and position in centre of bag as shown.
Pin or clip all three layers then stitch 1/2" around entire edge of bag.
The outside zipper is the turning hole.
Back and front view
Trim away quilted fabric first as close to stitching as possible
Trim fabric close to stitching
Turn bag right side out
Edge stitch top flap
For cross body strap cut a 60" by 4" strip of nylon fabric.
With right sides together fold fabric in half and press. Stitch one short end closed and 1/4" seam allowance along long edge to make a tube. Turn right side out, I use a chopstick.
Fold the open ends inside and iron flat.
Fold strap in half again then edge stitch all sides.
Install key rings on strap tabs and snaps
The possibilities for this bag are endless. It is a wonderful project that would be a lovely gift.
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