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Koda Cross Body Bag

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Zipper

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Pattern Details

The Koda Cross Body Bag is the perfect size for any event. Approx. 9 1/2" H by 10" W with a front zipper pocket for your phone. A top zipper closure keeps the rest of your possessions safe and easy to access. ***There are no pattern pieces needed for the Koda pattern, all pieces are given as measurements in the pattern along with a template of the darts for the bottom of the bag.*** The pattern is for vinyl/cork or leather exterior and décor weight fabric lining. No interfacing is needed. If you want to do the bag in cotton then you will need to add interfacing, fleece or foam where needed. A five part video tutorial is available on youtube where you can watch me make the Koda Cross Body Bag from start to finish. The link to the video is available in the pattern. Don't forget to share your photos of the Koda bag in the Huff 'n Cuffs Patterns Group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/HuffnCuffsPatterns/

Recommended with this pattern

  • Vinyl, Cork or Leather – approx. ¼ - 1/2 yard or less.
  • Décor weight Fabric e.g. drill, canvas – approx. ¼ - 1/2 yard or less.
  • 2 x Zipper length 9¼" (#5 zipper width)

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Hi and Welcome to my Craftsy store, My name is Katherine. I learnt to sew as a young girl in school and while watching my mother sew on the weekends. In 2014 I discovered bag making and fell in love, passionately. It is all I could think about. I had just completed my Bachelor of Commerce after raising four daughters, and wasn't that interested in entering the corporate world. My brain not only works well with numbers, but it never stops being creative. This is how Huff 'n Cuffs was born. My granddaughter named the business Huff ‘n Cuffs when she was four years old, it was her way of saying Arts and Crafts. I invested in an industrial sewing machine and changed the spare room into my studio. I started making bags from other designers and learnt some amazing skills and new techniques, but I knew this wasn’t enough. My mind wanted to create. So now I am onto the next chapter of my life, making bag patterns. Follow my blog to receive an email when new patterns are released! www.huffncuffs.com Check out my Youtube Channel for video tutorials! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3WOuN-nLqK1gavP4eQiraw