The Rail Trail Sling
This is a casual sling bag that can be made quickly and requires beginner to intermediate level skills. If you are able to sew straight zippers you can make this. It’s a Fat Quarter friendly bag that you can hang around your shoulder on shopping trips to keep your wallet or take on a short day trip for your essentials. The multiple pockets help you sort and store all your items separately.
Exterior fabric: 1 Fat Quarter
Lining fabric: 1 Fat quarter
Interfacing for the exterior: 1 Fat quarter of medium weight iron on interfacing
Interfacing for the lining: 1 Fat quarter of light weight iron on fabric/paper interfacing.
Zippers: 4 in number (at least 10” long, each).
Dog hooks / swivels claps: 2 in number that are 1” or 1.5” wide.
D rings: 2 in number that are 1” or 1.5” wide.
Magnetic snap set: one (You can omit this if you want, the bag holds shape just as good without it)
Webbing (for bag handles): 50” long in a matching/Contrast colour.
Webbing (for D-ring tabs): 3” long
Coordinating cotton thread.
Sewing tools required: Quilting ruler, a rotary cutter or a scissor, self-healing mat and Frixion pen.
SEWING EXPERIENCE: This pattern is recommended for confident beginners and above.
- This pattern is in English.
- You are purchasing a digital pattern and not a finished product.
- The amount is non-refundable.