The Seneca Creek Bag is a handy convertible bag perfect for your next outing, keeping your hands free. The main pouch has a zippered top, roomy enough for your daily essentials. The exterior has an envelope-style pleated pocket with a magnetic snap closure, and the interior has a zippered pocket to secure smaller items. The adjustable shoulder strap can be extended to convert to a cross body bag, waistpack, or removed so the bag can be carried as a clutch.
Skill Level: Eager Intermediate
You have taken a few sewing classes or have sewn from a sewing pattern before. You’ve completed several projects and are eager to try new techniques.
Digital Pattern Details: Printable PDF instructions include color photographs, pattern templates, detailed diagrams, glossary and all the assembly directions you’ll need to make the Seneca Creek bag.
Finished Dimensions: 7 ½” H x 10 ½” W x 1 ½” D
Materials you’ll need to make the Seneca Creek bag:
¼ yard Main fabric, such as quilting cotton or home decor weight fabric
⅓ yard Accent Fabric, such as quilting cotton or home decor weight fabric
½ yard Lining Fabric, such as quilting cotton, chambray, cotton sheeting
1 yard woven cotton fusible interfacing, such as Pellon SF101
¼ yard fusible fleece, such as Pellon Thermolam
7” interior zipper
9” exterior zipper
(2) 1” slider buckles
(1) ½” magnetic snap
(2) ½” D-rings
(2) 1” swivel-clips