Choose Good Contrasts to Emphasize the Wave Pockets!
A blend of three vibrant prints is used for each of these eye-catching bags. Their graceful designs and beautiful fabrics mean that the bags are sure to be noticed.
Larger-scale prints that are fussy cut to position and showcase the featured motifs are perfect for these bags. Of course, other fabric styles will work too, as will any color theme. While we love the colorful prints we can easily imagine a beautiful bag made up in black and tan for a more sophisticated look.
Unique piped wave pockets on the front and back turn an otherwise simple bag into something special. The front pocket is split into four and there’s also a pocket inside the bag.
Designed by Alicia Thommas for Sew4Home, the completed bags are approximately 13″ high x 13½” wide with 3″ sides and base, and a 10″ handle drop.
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