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Tuck & Travel Bag - Pattern by Stitchin' Sisters

Tuck & Travel Bag - Pattern by Stitchin' Sisters
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Finished Size - Small 6" x 8-1/2", Large 8" x 11"

A versatile bag with multiple pockets that can be folded up and packed away. Choose from two size options. Great for travel or extra purse storage. Material requirements include: Large Bag - 1/2 yd main fabric; 1/2 yd for lining; 1-1/3 yds all-purpose woven fusible interfacing 20" wide; 1/3 yd lightweight fusible fleece; 1/4 yd clear medium weight vinyl; Small Bag - 1/2 yd main fabric; (1) fat quarter for lining; 1 yd all-purpose woven fusible interfacing 20" wide; 1/3 yd lightweight fusible fleece; 1/4 yd clear vinyl. 'Tuck & Travel Bag' pattern by Noodlehead. Finished sizes are about: small - 6" x 8-1/2" (closed) 8-1/2" x 17" (open), and large - 8" x 11" (closed) 11" x 23" (open).

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