The Longer One is Roomy Enough for a Small Sewing Machine!
Make one or both of these generously sized travel bags for times when you need to haul a lot. Instructions are included for two sizes, and both have room for clothes and essentials for a few days way.
The long version will hold a Featherweight or other small machine, too. Make one up in beautiful fabrics for classes and retreats.
Sturdy bottoms support the weight of whatever you pack and the zippers are super easy to install.
Start with a beautiful focus fabric, an accent for the base of the bag and something complementary for the lining. Or, get creative with piecing or applique for your own special bag.
Bags by Bernie. Her daughter uses the longer one to take her machine to class.
Bag by Teresa from The Lily Rose Boutique.
You’ll find many other examples to get you started here.
The finished bags, designed by Sew Sweetness Patterns, are:
- Regular – 15-1/2” long x 17-1/2” tall x 6-1/2” deep
- Long – 18-1/2” x 14-1/2” tall x 8-1/2” deep
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