I wish I had a lunch bag like this when I was in school.
This clever design by Guy is very fun to sew. Right now I seem to be obsessed with anything chambray, denim or yarn dyed. This project is perfect for these types of fabrics. Having a sturdier outer fabric gives the bag the right amount of structure to hold it’s shape. Definitely one of the best details is the cute gusset that truly mimics the classic brown paper bag. If you peek inside you’ll notice it is flawlessly lined with beautiful seam binding. The cherry on top is the hidden magnetic closure.
So many possibilities for this cute bag. Some students suggested it would be a great gift filled with homemade cookies! For me, I’m planning a spring outfit with this as my clutch.
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March 25, 2014 at 3:34 am
this is cute and very useful!
Gorgeous fabric choices!
This is gorgeous! Particularly like the lining. Any chance a pattern would be made available for us non-Canadians?
I clicked through hoping there was a pattern available but it doesn’t look like it. Do you know if he will release a pattern soon?
This is great! As Mel asked, will the pattern be made available?
Guy is working on releasing his patterns on pdf. It might be a little while. I’ll announce it when they are available!
Just found your site through pinterest. I bought the houses pattern I had been searching for! We were in toronto in November and I looked for a quilt shop! I am so sorry I missed you. Maybe next time!
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