Vera Bradley Inspired Carry-On Duffel Bag


Vera Bradley Inspired Carry-On Duffel Bag

Vera Bradley inspired Carryon Duffel Bag
Vera Bradley inspired Carryon Duffel Bag

"Create this beautiful Vera Bradley inspired Carry on Duffel Bag for your next weekend getaway. Measuring 19" wide x 15" high x 10" deep, it's the perfect size for overhead cabin in any airline. Have fun mixing and matching your fabrics to design the front zipper pocket, the deep side pocket and the accented straps. Made with a sturdy canvas lining and fleece interfacing, this bag will definitely hold up to all the rigors of airport traveling. This beauty will sure be a conversation piece at your waiting gate next time you travel."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • 1.5 yard outer fabric
  • 1.5 yard inner canvas
  • 1.5 yard fleece interfacing
  • 22" heavy duty zipper
  • 0.5" yard accent fabric
  • 10" piping
  • 9 yards bias tape

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Can someone post the cut chart/measurements of each piece? They aren't listed on the 3 pages of the pattern.

OK, now that I've Googled Vera Bradley (she's not in South Africa) I can turn my attention to the bag, haha! Love it! It looks so sturdy and practical as a travel bag. We do lots of road trips and this bag is going to be great for all my 'stuff' that I like to be handy while actually on the road, instead of having to stop and scratch through cases to find it.

I can't understand the pocket pattern pieces. I think I will use a different pattern.

Thank you for the great gift, I am looking forward to finding the time to make this beautiful bag. Many thanks, Jess

This is beautiful. I would strongly suggest that these instructions be rewritten. I have been sewing for over 40 yrs and cannot follow them. I can make this without reading the instructions since they make no sense.

LOVE! I never would've guessed this bag was handmade. And the pattern is SO Vera.

Thank you so much for your lovely comment.


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