Added Aug 18, 2011
by mojo elgin
Fucshia wide-wale corduroy messenger bag lined with cotton. I bound the exposed interior seams with purple satin left over from a prom dress. I added several pockets inside with tab/button closures. The buttons are huge and colorful. Daughter #2 wanted a slouchy, sloppy bag, no structure. I adapted a commercial pattern (which I’ll add when I dig it out again. This is the fourth bag I’ve made from the same pattern. Three of them for daughter #2, one for son.
wide-wale corduroy, cotton, satin scraps, buttons
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