How to Make A Purse Reversible


How to Make A Purse Reversible


How to Make A Purse Reversible
How to Make A Purse Reversible

Looking for a fun new bag to carry all your stuff in? Look no further than this sassy satchel. This How to Make A Purse Reversible tutorial is easy-to-follow and the results are stunning. This purse would be a great go-to bag when running your errands. It would make a great beach bag, as well. Be sure to pick two fabrics that already match your wardrobe, so you can have a stylish and uniform look.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Being a self confessed 100% bag addict (we won't mention chocolate, ok?! Or shawls. Or shoes.) I simply cannot click past a really nice bag project like the one above. I love the satchel look plus the bag is fully reversible which gives the opportunity to use it with more outfits if I choose my fabrics properly.

What a great idea for a bag. Also it is a great way to use up old scraps of fabric. With many stores not using plastic bags anymore you can never have too many bags. I also use bags for my craft projects. I like the directions because of the photos included. They do help. Thank you for the pattern and idea.

I love sewing bags but this is probably the bag I have made the most. Why? Because after I made the first one, all my friends were wanting one, too. I think practically every one of them got one as a birthday gift one year. I love the simple look to it, yet it is a stylish bag at the same time and simply a great all arounder. It hangs nicely over the shoulder and I like how it turns out, no matter which fabric I have used for it. I thought it was really easy to sew but cringed every time at the part at the shoulders with the turning, especially if the fabric is thicker. But not even that stopped me from making several of these bags.

I love my new bag. The directions were fairly clear. The only problem I had was layering the liner to the outside. Once I figured it out, I was pleased with my outcome. I had to search for clearer directions on that part. This is only my second bag project so that probably has a bit to do with my pattern issues.


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