Added Aug 17, 2010
Highland Park, N...
I combined the Diana Bag pattern with SavvySeam’s Tudor Rose Bag You can get the Saavy Seams pattern here I absolutely love it !! The original Tudor Rose pattern has the roses on both sides of the bag. I took a shortcut by only using one rose (placed on the front of the Diana bag). I love the end result.
Note: Due to the addition of the Tudor Rose my bag is not reversible like the Diana pattern says.
Hey look at all these instructions it took me FOREVER to write
I used a rather thick cream colored wove fabric for the Diana portions of the bag and the leaves of the rose, and a nappy-textured, wheat colored upholstery weight fabric for the petals of the rose. Batting, interfacing. Magnetic snap or Zipper (optional)
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