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How to make an adjustable bag strap

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Pattern Details

A free tutorial on how to make a detachable and adjustable bag strap 3 pages of full colour tutorial style instructions with detailed photos will walk you through making a professional looking bag strap in no time You will need: • Outer fabric - Quilt weight cotton of your choice - 50 x 3 inches (7.5 x 127 cm) • Medium fusible interlining – I use Vilene F220 - 50 x 3 inches (7.5 x 127 cm) • 1 x ¾” adjuster buckle • 2 x ¾” lobster clasps for attaching the strap to the bag • All Purpose thread to match Approximate finished dimensions: 47 x 0.75 inches (119 x 2 cm) For more patterns and free tutorials, visit my blog at https://spencerogg.wordpress.com/ The bag pattern is also available at: www.craftsy.com/sewing/patterns/the-traveller-cross-body-multi-pocket-bag/491078

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Spencer Ogg
Spencer Ogg
I have sewn since early childhood, ever since my grandmother set me free with her treadle sewing machine. I ended up with a degree in textiles and working as a fashion buyer, and now a Craftsy Instructor! I produce fun easy to follow patterns which I hope you love and will make many times over. ***** I have a Facebook support group for help with my patterns or just to post your makes at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/170115107145604/ I'd love you to join. ***** Sew It & Sell It Items made using my patterns can be sold in small scale in your own online store, local boutiques, craft fairs, etc. Start your own sewing business today! Please offer Spencer Ogg credit in written descriptions. Please do not share my patterns with anyone, instead direct them to my shop for their own copy! Thank You!