Free Evening Bag Patterns

Free Evening Bag Patterns
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What’s not to love about a bag? My husband raised his eyebrows when I recently made the comment “I need a stylish upcycled bag for Tuesday” (gumtrees upcycled revolution event in London)

Bags can be so simple to make, so it can be quick and easy to whip up a bag to go with an evening outfit.

Here are three of my favourites – all made from only one metre of curtain fabric! I have chosen a shimmery silver fabric, with a design which is easy to embellish and compliment.

Hillarys Blinds Curtain Fabric

 

My first bag is a clutch – they never got out of fashion. Choosing purple as a second fabric I blanket stitched round each flower with a toning purple embroidery thread. A clutch is perfect for your keys, lipstick and purse:)

Evening Clutch, hand embroidered curtain fabric

The second bag is Japanese in design. As it hangs from your wrist this is perfect for keeping your hands free. This bag has a lining which picked out the various greens in the centre of the flower designs. Using invisible thread I have sewn beads into the centre of each flower – this adds a touch of glamour.

Japanese Knot Bag - free bag patterns

The third design is a a simple bag, decorated with a sparkly bow. The fabric is again enhanced with beads. The right choice of fabric makes such a difference to the finish of a bag.

Free evening bag patterns

 

Free Evening Bag Patterns

DIY Fold Over Clutch

Japanese Knot Bag

Simple clutch bag with strap

Check out my pinterest board for lots of inspiration for bag sewing:)

These evening bags are my entry for Hillarys Craft Competition Рwish me luck the winning prize is £1,000!

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I am inspired by our wonderful world, creation is constant and yet changing. I feel it is important to respect the environment and where possible to upcycle/recycle. Blessed with creativity I try to appreciate it and develop it:) Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, please do sign up to follow my journey:)

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