A PDF Sewing Pattern to make the Cocoon Project Bag.
This simple portable project bag keeps you on the go! Your project on top of the yarn or supplies keeps them safe. The Cocoon is unlined making fabric choice the key to a bag with a lot of body. Construction was designed to minimize bulky seams.
- Can be used standing on its end, laying down or while carrying it
- Folds flat
- Simple Construction
- Medium sized bag for a 2 skein project or similar
There is a reference video with Time Stamps included with the purchase of your pattern.The sewing steps have the corresponding time stamp to the same step in the video as well.
Skill Level: Adventurous- this is designed to be fast and not too heavy to sew on any machine. The sewing steps are straight-forward but like a lot of my patterns, there is a bit of clever assembling. Just trust in the process! I'm very thorough yet concise in explaining things.
- 9.5" tall (when standing on its end) x 7" wide and 6.25" deep (see measurement schematic)
- Written and Illustrated Sewing Instructions, 14 pages.
- Four pages of the PDF are pattern pieces to be taped together.
- One page with the video link inside and printing instructions.
The link to the video is on its own page inside the download. It is a clickable link.
Download links are infinite. Once you receive your link, download it immediately and save it to a file on your computer so you have it forever. (Downloads usually appear at the bottom of the web page in the bottom left corner and also in your Downloads folder on your computer; You can also search your computer to find them.)
Once you purchase the pattern, it will be emailed to you instantly. Check your spam folder if you don't see it. The Download link is also on the purchase confirmation page when you finish your transaction.
You're welcome to make and sell the Cocoonif you have purchased the pattern but only if you're on a home-based business scale. If you have questions on what scale 'home-based' is just ask! Please use the hashtag so we can feature your creations! #SSCocoon #SewSewPatterns
Heavy weight or stiff fabrics work best.For the samples, the Marigolds were printed on the Dogwood Denim from Spoonflower. Having a heavy weight fabric that your machine can sew at least a few layers of will work best for the Cocoon. It helps the bag stand up on its end. And it eliminates any stiffener or linings.
Consider your fabric print selection carefully as directional prints can only be used one way when you’re cutting out your Cocoon.Examples are provided on Page 3 of the
Fabrics and material: Outer FabricAny Width: 1/2 yd/45.7 cm
Lining Fabric (for the Inset):
Any Width: 1/4 yd/22.9 cm
*You can easily get two Cocoons with these
amounts if you’re using 54”/137 cm wide Main Fabric or wider.
1.5” - 2” wide Webbing: 12.5” long
Metric: 3.8 cm x 5 cm wide Webbing: 31.8 cm long
Cotton webbing is used in the samples but any webbing can be used- even a home made strap from matching or contrast fabric.
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