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This is a downloadable pattern for a gorgeous Patchwork handbag where we have created panels using the applique method. In the main photo we show the bag assembled using a Stained glass effect. We used a self made bias tape and we include instructions on how to make the bias tape. (You could also use a purchased bias tape).
The full instructions to do the applique and assembly of the Stained Glass Patchwork handbag are included in PDF format.
In the following photos we show the same bag made with two different methods. We have done one with a satin stitch instead of using bias tape and we have done one with Crazy quilting using the decorative stitches on our sewing machine. No instructions are provided for these two methods, but we have made a couple of short videos you can watch. We want to inspire your creativity and discover the unlimited variations you could make of this bag.
How to use your sewing machines decorative stitches with applique
Machine satin stitch around applique
This applique pattern can be used for hand applique or sewing machine applique. This design comes with the SVG and PDF files so you can cut your applique pieces using your cutting machine or you can cut by hand.
Layout PDF – Mirrored and NOT Mirrored
Pattern PDF - Mirrored and NOT Mirrored
Pattern SVG – Mirrored and NOT Mirrored
See our helpful Video and Blog - What are the files that we provide for: https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/files-provided
It is our intention to offer you the best service always and for our designs to be the highest quality in the market.
Instructions come in English only.
Final Dimensions of the bag:
30cm wide x 30cm high x 5cm deep (12” x 12” x 2”)
How to Make your Own Bias Tape to create a Stained Glass effect - https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/make-your-own-bias-tape
How to sew bag straps - https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/how-to-sew-bag-straps
Patchwork handbag part one - https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/how-to-sew-the-patchwork-handbag
Patchwork handbag part two - https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/how-to-sew-the-patchwork-handbag
Sewing a Zipper Pocket into the lining of a Bag -https://sewswpea.com/blogs/tutorials/making-zipper-pockets-in-bags
For more bags - https://sewswpea.com/collections/bag-applique-patterns
This patchwork handbag design has been a popular design for the past 4 years on Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery's website swpea.com. It is now available for those without embroidery machines to create.
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