The Kelzjon Bag - PDF Sewing Pattern

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This is a PDF pattern in English available for instant download. See the "HOW TO DOWNLOAD PATTERNS" page for details on how to download your pattern after purchase. Click on the images above to zoom in.

The Kelzjon is a quick and quirky circle bag that has a variety of uses. There's the option to add a crossbody strap so you can use it as a handbag, but it's most popular use is as a crafting/knitting bag and for storage around the house. It's a great pattern for beginners to help you learn curves and try out piping. Sewing the circular base is much easier and more fun than you expect!

It features two exterior zip pockets and an interior zipper pocket. It's a great opportunity to show off those unique zipper pulls you've been hoarding. The pattern gives you the option to use a variety of stabilisers, depending on the style you prefer. My personal favourite is foam but I've made them with fleece and Decovil light too.

Finished size: 8 1/2" tall x 7" wide x 7" deep.

Skill level: Brave Beginner

Full video tutorial

Notions required:

  • 14" No.5 zipper tape & 2 zipper pulls
  • 10" No.3 zip
  • 1 yd/1m pre-made cotton piping
  • 2 x 1" D-rings (if adding crossbody strap)
  • 1 x 1" Slider (crossbody strap)
  • 2 x 1" Swivel hooks (crossbody strap)

Fabric required:

  • 1/2yd Exterior fabric, cotton, canvas, cork, vinyl or leather (55" width)
  • 1/2yd Lining fabric, cotton or canvas (44" width)
  • 1/2yd Medium woven interfacing - SF101/Wovenfuse/G700 (35" width)
  • 1/2yd Medium non-woven interfacing - F220/808 Craft Fuse (35" width)
  • 9" x 23" Foam, fleece or Decovil light
  • 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" Ultra firm stabiliser (Peltex 71F/S520/Decovil Heavy)


As this is an electronic product, I cannot process refunds or returns as it cannot be returned once delivered. This pattern, once purchased, is not to be shared or reproduced in anyway.

Got a question? Check the FAQs page, or email me at countrycowdesigns@gmail.com

 

 

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SAFETY
To make this bag you’ll need to use various tools/equipment. You should only use tools that are well maintained and that you are competent at using. I recommend reading and following the safety instructions provided by the manufacturer of each tool. This pattern does not include safety precautions for the use of tools, so you are responsible for the safe use of any tools you use. If in doubt, seek guidance from an experienced professional of the tools you are using or contact the manufacturer directly. You are responsible for ensuring that you have a safe and suitable working environment. The instructions in this pattern are suggestions only and you are responsible for ensuring that you can carry out the suggestions safely without causing injury or harm to yourself or others. You are also responsible for ensuring that your sewing machine and other equipment are capable of carrying out the suggestions. I cannot be held accountable for damage caused because the tools used are unsuitable.

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  • 5
    Great Pattern

    Posted by Colleen on 4th Apr 2021

    Written very nicely and easy to follow. Used to make Easter baskets for my girls

  • 5
    Bag pattern

    Posted by Cynthia Ross on 30th Mar 2021

    As are all her patterns this pattern is exceptional. As a new sewer I love the detail! Thank you Jo!

  • 5
    THE KELZJON BAG

    Posted by Judi Noe on 30th Mar 2021

    It was easy to sew and made a cute Easter "basket" for my granddaughter.

  • 5
    Kelzjon bag

    Posted by Carole on 19th Mar 2021

    I haven't made this bag yet, but can't wait, I just love the design. I have watched the tutorial and will start the bag as soon as I have the fabric.

  • 4
    Kelzjon Bag

    Posted by Margo Wiggin on 19th Mar 2021

    I love the look of this bag! I’m almost finished. The video tutorial saved me many times as I followed along with the written directions. I only gave it a 4 star rating because of it’s size, as I thought it would be large enough to hold my knitting project.