Edgewood Sling Bag Sewing Pattern
The Edgewood Sling Bag is great hands-free crossbody bag when you only need to carry the essentials. The classic boxed out shape allows for extra room in the bag but without added bulk. It has a slide buckle in order to adjust the strap, a fully enclosed zipper and a pocket inside helps to keep things organized.
Confident Beginner – Techniques include sewing a boxed end zipper
Midweight woven fabrics like 8-10oz cotton canvas, bull denim, cotton twill, corduroy or quilted fabric for the outer bag.
Lightweight to midweight woven fabric for the bag lining.
Sample Details: Patchwork bag made in various cotton and linen fabrics quilted to a layer of batting. Light blue bag made in a 12oz denim. Brown bag made in a 9oz cotton canvas. Dark green bag made in a 8oz cotton twill quilted to a layer of batting.
• 8” (or longer) nylon zipper
• 1” (3.2 cm) wide webbing for straps (1 – 1.5 yards / 0.9 – 1.4 meters – See Pg.4 of instructions to figure out how much length you’ll need)
• Slide buckle for 1” webbing
• Optional: Light to medium weight fusible interfacing if you want additional structure
Finished Dimensions / W x H
Laying Flat – 9.5” x 6.5” (24.1 cm x 16.5 cm)
Base – 7” x 3” (17.8 cm x 7.6 cm)
Strap Length – 32” – 42” (81 cm – 106.5 cm)
You will receive three PDF files after purchasing
• Sewing Instructions
• Print at home tiled pattern (Letter and A4 compatible)
• Projector pattern
For tips on downloading, printing and assembling your PDF pattern this tutorial walks you through step by step.
You can find me on Instagram @bethanylynne_makes. If you decide to share your finished bag, tag your photos with the hashtag #edgewoodslingbag. I would love to see your version of the Edgewood Sling Bag! You can see photos of other sewists’ versions of the Edgewood Sling Bag here.
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This pattern may not be reprinted or resold without permission and is for individual personal use only. You may not sell finished products made using this pattern.