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7.22.2014

Swoon Sewing Patterns

Swoon Sewing Patterns are seriously some of my favorite sewing patterns for purses and handbags. These bags have made me a better bag maker. I have learned how to make a professional and firmly interfaced bag. I have learned about zipper installation and using piping. Not only that, but the finished bags look fabulous. I have had the pleasure of sewing 3 of these patterns so far (I won't tell you that I own almost all of them--I had better get busy).

Allow me to introduce you to the three Swoon Sewing Patterns that I have made:

This is the Dorothy Day Tripper. I made her for my mom for Christmas and she has proved to be a super handy bag for those last minute overnight trips or even an all-day trip. She boasts plenty of room and several pockets for keeping you organized.
Next up is the Dottie Vintage Bag. This was my very first Swoon pattern. I actually made this one as a pattern test and ended up giving it to my mom for her birthday last year at this same time. Hey! It's my 1 year Swoon-iversary! You can read all about my pattern test for the Dottie.
And the final pattern I have made is the Coraline Clutch. I have made this one a couple of times. Every time I make it, I'm sure I'm going to keep it for myself, but I always end up giving them away. This is a quick and easy, extremely versatile pattern to sew.

I have a couple patterns in the works that I want to make: the Stella Weekender is top on the list, followed by the India Hobo Bag or the Rosie Crossbody Bag. My only problem is deciding which one to make first!

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