Make a Classic Duffle in Just Your Style

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Choose Pretty Strips or Beautiful Yardage Without Piecing!

This patchwork duffle is perfect for overnight stays and weekend trips. It’s generously sized to hold all the essentials and sturdy enough to wear well.

Plus, it’s simply lovely made up in patchwork. Or, if you prefer, choose a beautiful piece of fabric and skip the piecing. You can also switch up the patchwork design, using orphan blocks or another pieced design if you’re so inclined.

The Brooksider Duffle Bag Pattern

Jelly roll strips work beautifully for the body of the bag. Choose whatever color combination you prefer. The bag can take on many different looks depending on both the colors and the value range you select.

Cotton webbing (1.25″) is used for the handles. You’ll find a selection here.

The finished bag, designed by 627handworks, is 22 1/5″ x 10″.

Click here to purchase the pattern for “The Brooksider: A Quilted Duffle Bag”.


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