Ginger Bag Online Class

Ginger Bag Online Class

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Join me in the Ginger Bag Online Class available for FREE at this link! Ginger is a trendy, medium-sized crossbody bag! Also, I designed this bag so the Lucky Penny Wallet will fit perfectly inside. Ginger is a very quick sew, and has been designed for beginners. The name of this pattern was inspired by American actress, dancer, and singer, Ginger Rogers.

The Ginger Pattern itself can is purchased separately either as a paper pattern or PDF download.  If you have any questions, I’m here to help, so please just ask. Watch the lessons for this class in order, or just watch the section that you need help with. The full-length video tutorial is 38 minutes. 

  • Cutting Instructions  (0:47)
  • Fuse Interfacing (5:00)
  • Fuse Fleece (5:57)
  • Prepare Flap (7:22)
  • Prepare Top Panel (12:29)
  • Prepare Cotton Front Bottom (13:26)
  • Assemble the Zipper Pocket (14:55)
  • Assemble & Attach the Lining Pocket (19:30)
  • Create Darts (21:59)
  • Make & attach Strap Connectors (23:35)
  • Assemble Exterior (26:33)
  • Assemble Lining (30:09)
  • Assembling the Bag (31:41)
  • Creating Adjustable Strap (33:32)

FEATURES: flap closure, exterior zipper pocket, adjustable crossbody strap, and interior slip pocket

FINISHED SIZE: 11" wide, 10" high, and 3" deep

RECOMMENDED FABRICS: For the best results, use quilt weight cotton, canvas, denim, or linen for the exterior. I recommend quilt weight cotton for the lining. Try using cork or vinyl for the contrast, or you can use quilt weight cotton, canvas, denim, or linen. TIP - If making the bag from all cotton, you can eliminate the Interfacing and substitute the Fusible Fleece for Foam Stabilizer. This will result in a more structured bag.

HARDWARE REQUIRED: All of the hardware required for this pattern is included in the Myrna OR Ginger Hardware Kit, or can be purchased individually. 

This pattern would not be possible without my wonderful group of pattern testers! I appreciate their hard work!