This is a pdf pattern (download only) it is not a physical item. Zoella is an intermediate design that YOU can tailor to fit your unique style. This handbag can take you from daytime "business meeting formal" to nighttime "friends night out" in denim. The pattern will take you "to the next level" with the new techniques introduced to you.
Don't think you can do it? Support is provided in the step-by-step written instructions and detailed photos. Each section has video links provided to help you through each step. A full length video tutorial link is also provided. Support also provided on the KMDesigns Pattern Co Facebook page where you will see test team members post their makes and are able to offer advice. I'm also available as well. Eco-conscious? The pattern design and layout allows you to print only 5 consecutive pages to save on ink.
So, what are you waiting for? Go get your copy NOW!!!
This can be made on a domestic but please know your machine capabilities when choosing your textiles. The test team made their bags with various machines, both domestic and industrial and in various textiles. Areas of thickness are discussed in the video tutorials. Some vinyls, cork and leather would be considered a heavier textile. If using canvas or waxed canvas, additional woven interfacing is needed. If using waterproof canvas, omit the woven interfacing.
Approximately 11 1/2" W X 11 1/2" H X 4'D (not including rolled handle height)
The exterior features two pleated pockets with snap closures and two center slip pockets for easy access. The interior features one large slip pocket with a snap closure, one smaller divided slip pocket and a zippered pocket for more secure items. It has three carrying options: shorter rolled handles to elbow carry, a shoulder strap (length customizable) for shoulder carry or crossbody carry. Braided strap instructions provided. Assembly is a drop in lining but can easily be made to "birth".
Exterior can be made with waterproof canvas, waxed canvas, vinyl, cork or leather. Areas of thickness, for domestic machine users, will be provided in an introductory video on my YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/kmdesigns