Ever since I made myself a backpack last week, I been thinking about bags. It started before I made my backpack and was on Pinterest looking for ideas for bags. Let me tell you there are some pretty awesome bags out there. I wanted to share some of them with you so here are five awesome and free bags pattern.These are just some bags I would like to make one day. I have not made any of them yet.
The first bag is made in a purse style. (Not quite sure if that how you would describe.)
This is not a fancy pattern, which I like. To me, sewing bags is an advanced thing to do, but this pattern makes it seems doable. Some other reason on why I like this bag, it has pockets on the inside which every bag needs. You could also make lots of different looking bags but play with fabric and so. (It seems like there should be a word for that but I cannot think of it.) If you want to make this bag now just click here
Sometimes purse just isn’t big enough to haul everything. That when you get something bigger.
My favourite part about this bag is how practical it is; I could haul books in there or my laptop. It would be the bag I use while travelling. Moreover, it looks good while doing this. It also has a pocket on the inside because that is essential. The straps are nice as it crosses body which will keep your hands free, and it also has a top handle to carry it with in case you get tired of the cross body. After all, a girl has to have options. Practical is not usually pretty, but this bag sure is.Wanting to make it now just click here to get the tutorial.The only problem I have with this bag is it would not be big enough for carrying my books.
I am an avid reader who gets most of her book from the library. This means I need a good book bag, and right now most of my bags are quite ratty.
I want to make this bag it heavy duty and has a pocket. (Can you tell yet how much I like my pockets.) Moreover, it still looks nice. I just really want this bag, it would make such a good library bag. It enormous and it seems like it would be sturdy. This is critical in library bags as books can get heavy in a quick hurry I once broke a handle of a bag after overfilling it with books. If you are someone who has, the same problems click here to get the tutorial.
Another purse, this one is smaller which I like. In general, I prefer my book bags big and my purses small.
I would make this bag just because of how expense and fancy it looks. Also, it would be so handy having three separate compartments. I lose things in my small purse all the time. Or I put way too many things in until when I need something out I have to empty my whole bag. This bag would fix both of their problems. One last thing it a brilliant idea and would make a great small purse.
Despite having a relatively small purse I sometimes find it too be too big. This is when a clutch would come in handy.
I like this clutch it so cute. It would be just big enough to hold my wallet and phone on those doors when I do not feel like taking a purse. Also, you have options; this would be another pattern where mixing different fabrics will give you some different looks. It would also be the perfect size pouch for organising things. If you want one, the pattern is free.
And the generous folks at Pink Door Fabrics have given me a 15% discount code to share with my readers. The discount code is NATERJANE and will be valid until the end of September.
Just writing this post has made me want to sew all these bags right now. I am already thinking of how I can use them in my daily life and I did not even make anyone of them yet. Do you feel like making a bag?