Create a Roomy Bag and Wallet in Your Colors

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Make the Bag, the Wallet, or Both!

This roomy saddle bag was designed to accommodate a tablet on one side and your wallet and necessities on the other. Or, use it as a purse and take advantage of the handy array of pockets.

Simple piecing gives it artistic style. Choose a color theme you love and enjoy creating your own unique version.

Quilted Saddle Bag Pattern

The bag looks great in both small and medium-sized prints. Go as bold as you want or choose more subdued colors and prints for a more elegant version.

Quilted Saddle Bag Pattern

A companion clutch style wallet has a pocket large enough for a smart phone, room for 8 credit cards and a roomy zippered pocket. There are several other pockets, as well, making this a favorite for days when you don’t want to carry a purse.

Quilted Saddle Bag and Clutch Style Wallet

It can be made in fabrics to match the bag. Or make it up in beautiful prints that work with your current handbag.

Clutch Style Wallet Pattern

The finished wallet is 7-3/4 inches wide and 4-3/4 inches tall when it’s closed.

Both patterns are from Tulip Square.

Click here to purchase the “Two Sided Saddle Bag” pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Quilted Clutch Style Wallet” pattern.


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