Vogue 7862: “Today’s Fit by Sandra Betzina”

This was my first attempt at making a bag. I chose this pattern because it seemed pretty simple and the overall outcome would be a functional side-sack that I’d actually be able to use. There are two bags within this pattern. I chose the larger size as I thought that it would be the most functional for my needs. It’s large enough to slide in an ultrabook or any other thin size laptop.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. insearchofitall
    Feb 28, 2014 @ 14:49:21

    I’ve thought about one. Tired of the backpack always falling off my slumping shoulders. Were the directions hard or ???

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    • Surreal Life | Imagery
      Feb 28, 2014 @ 14:51:34

      I’m not a huge fan of Vogue directions. I think that they are a bit much for a novice, but I was able to work through it. Having a picture of the bag and using logical thought process made it easier to handle.

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      • insearchofitall
        Feb 28, 2014 @ 14:54:45

        Ah! Thanks. Most directions are awful. They assume a lot and you know what happens then.;)

      • Surreal Life | Imagery
        Feb 28, 2014 @ 14:56:42

        I’ve been sewing for a little over a year now. Being self-taught via Facebook and my internet friends have made all the difference. I’m sure that I could have learned more had I gone to class, but I don’t think that I would have met so many amazing people across the globe.

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