Cut 2 rectangles of the plaid substance computing 40cm x 33cm
Perform the exact same for the tan coating material
(and cut an additional rectangle computing 40cm x 37cm)
Now cut 2 longer rectangles from the plaid as well as the coating cloth measuring 107cm x 11cm.
Take 1 of your black rectangles, as well as the slightly larger rectangle.
Cut 7cm off the roof of the larger rectangle.
(sorry, the photo is actually the wrong way around)
Pin and sew in the zip (this will be a major pocket inside the bag)
For the rear of the bag, I am making a pocket too. Simply cut out a rectangle that’s 40cm x 23cm.
…and’ hem’ it utilizing the bias binding.
Step nine Now take the black pieces of yours. Pin and sew your 2 rectangles (1 of them is actually the zippered one, as well as the other one is actually the 40cm x 33cm rectangle), the same as you did in step nine to the plaid parts.
Now sew the very long rectangle (107cm x 11cm) to 1 of the rectangles. Pin it all of the way around the three tips of the rectangle.
Sew it so this: is formed by it
Now sew the long rectangle (107cm x 11cm) to one of the rectangles. Pin it from all side around the 3 edges of the rectangle.
Sew it so that it forms this:
Now pin the other aspect of the very long rectangle to the various other black rectangle, and sew.
You have to get yourself a coating of the bag which seems as this:
Take your white plaid pieces. Sew the rear pocket to 1 of the 40cm x 33cm rectangles. Do not care about raw edges, simply sew it in addition to the rectangle.
Do not forget to include Velcro to the back, so it shuts!
Sew the plaid parts together, the same as you did with the coating fabric. (I included piping, but that is optional)
Cut an additional plaid as well as black portion of clothing, computing 40cm x 37cm. These will be sewn in concert to develop the flap over share of the bag.
Sew them RS collectively, making a gap for transforming and next turn is actually inside out and topstitch along the tips, making certain the gap is actually sewn shut. Sew a bit of black ribbon to the bottom part of it for decoration.
Sew it onto the rear of the external container and cover the advantage using bias binding.
So… now you’ve your lining as well as exterior bag parts sort. You have only got to connect them together now!
Press the roof of the lining out, to ensure that there is a thoroughly clean edge.
And press the exterior bag IN, to ensure that if they join, there is absolutely no raw edges showing.
Pin them all together love so:
(ok, I forgot to take photos at this stage, sorry) Cut 2 little rectangles (mine had been 7cm x 18cm), but it will depend on how large your handle clasps are actually.
Sew them RS together along the very long tips and flip them out. Do not be concerned about the little ends currently being raw edges, since they are gon na be in between the coating and also the outer bag anyway.
Position the handle clasp and sew the bag collectively, ensuring you backstitch over the handle components. Be sure you do one clasp for every side.
Now can make the deal with. It is up to you exactly how long you would like it (I cannot remember just how long I did mine). You will need to be used the cloth over for additional support. Sew it, folding it under the handle clasp (like in the picture).
Here is the finished bag!