Zola hip bag L - XL - sewing pattern and tutorial

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You're purchasing a digital product (pdf files) - sewing pattern and tutorial in English.

About the project

Learn how to sew a hip bag with our step by step tutorial. With this pattern you can sew a fanny pack in 2 sizes - L and XL.

The waist bag has one compartment with a zipper closure. An adjustable belt is designed to fit different body sizes. You will learn how to finish this bag with a lining, without using a bias binding. The bag is fairly quick to sew and you can use some of your fabric leftovers to make it.

This practical hip bag will carry all of your essentials. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, a fan of festivals or just want to work in a garden - this bag will be a perfect choice.

Size of a finished product:

Size L

  • height: 14 cm (5.5")
  • width: 33 cm (13")
  • depth: 7 cm (2 3/4")

Size XL

  • height: 15 cm (6")
  • width: 37 cm (14.5")
  • depth: 8 cm (3")

Product specification:

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The product contains:

  • 4 PDF files with the pattern (2 sizes, both in A4 and US letter size)
  • 1 PDF file with 12-page instruction of sewing the bag, with a lot of photos and diagrams
  • 1 PDF file with information: How to attach rivets, eyelets and snaps

Materials needed:

  • outer fabric: 120 x 20 cm (47" x 8")
  • lining fabric: 120 x 20 cm (47" x 8")
  • zipper #5, 25 or 30 cm (10" or 12") depending on a size
  • side release buckle and adjuster slide - 25 or 30 mm (1" or 1 1/4") depending on a size
  • webbing  25 or 30 mm (1" or 1 1/4") wide, length as needed (about 1-1.2 m / 1 - 1.5 yd )
  • 2 rivets (optional)
  • interfacing - described in the tutorial

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