Carry It All in a Giant Patchwork Duffle Bag

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It’s Easy Enough for Beginning Bag Makers!

Are you heading out for the weekend? This large duffle bag is so attractive and holds a lot, making it perfect for travel and more.

If you’re in a hurry, make it up with one fabric you love on the outside. Or create the appealing patchwork version from 3.5” scraps of fabric or fat quarters.

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

There are two outside pockets and one zipper (a 30″ double-slide handbag zipper). Plus it’s easy enough for beginning bag makers.

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

By Annie’s Soft and Stable provides nice structure for the bag. Batting works too for a slightly floppier version. Both are great options and allow the bag to fold up when not in use. The handles are made from 1 1/2″ polypro strapping.

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

Photo from Carol’s of Midland.

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

Photo from Lella Boutique.

Patchwork Duffle Bag Sewing Pattern

Bag by @julie9577.

The completed bag, designed by Kaitlyn Howell from Knot and Thread Design, is 12″ x 20 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Patchwork Duffle Bag” sewing pattern.

The following videos can help you with constructing the bag:


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