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A Bag For All Reasons
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Edition: BE Spiral bound
  • Publication: 16 May 2012
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781446301852
  • Stock: 31 in stock
  • Size: 203x255 mm
  • Illustrations: 250
  • Pages: 160
  • RRP: £17.99 incl. VAT
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A Bag For All Reasons

£17.99 incl. VAT

12 All-New Bags and Purses to Sew for Every Occasion by Lisa Lam (Author)

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Book Description

Lisa Lam of U-Handbag brings you a stunning collection of sewing patterns to make your own bags. The book features 12 brand new bag designs with full photographic instructions for how to make a bag with truly professional results. The book features full size patterns on three separate pull-out sheets so that you can get started right away no photocopying or enlarging required. If you're new to sewing and bag making there are simpler projects such as the Compact Groceries Tote, All-Sorted Laundry Bag and Access-All-Areas Pouch to get you started before progressing to the more fully featured bags such as the Geek-Chic iPad Case and Too-Cool-for-School Satchel. All techniques are fully explained with step by step photographs, so you'll be creating professional, practical and great-looking bags before you know it!

Table of Contents

12 bags and purses for every occasion
Full-size pull-out patterns to use right away
Fully photographed step-by-step instructions

About the Author

About Lisa Lam

Lisa Lam is a London College of Fashion graduate and the founder and owner of U-Handbag.com. She is a prolific bag designer and regular contributor to craft magazines. Lisa's blog is followed by thousands of crafters who admire both her passion and the quality of her bag-making advice. Lisa lives in Brighton, UK.

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