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No Sew Crossbody

Digital Leather Pattern
THIS LISTING IS FOR A DIGITAL PATTERN in English which will be emailed to you immediately after purchase.

What's included?
Digital PDF file with step-by-step photo instructions to help you create a gorgeous unlined leather crossbody bag
Pattern pieces to print at home on A4 and letter paper formats
A1 pattern pieces for use with a projector or at a print shop
Full video tutorial
Instant download after purchase
A quick pattern that will help you create a cute crossbody bag
All measurements are in imperial (inches) and metric (centimetres)
A great introduction to using leather

This pattern does NOT include SVG files due to the large size of the pattern pieces.

Skill Level

ambitious beginner

License

PDF files for your personal use only. You can make bags using this pattern on a home-based production scale.

Language

Full Video Tutorial

In this video Adam shows how you can make this unique leather bag that requires no sewing. He also explains what leather to use and how to use certain leather craft tools.


As indicated by the name, this is a no sew pattern constructed entirely with rivets. It’s a quick and simple bag to make. This bag quickly comes together, creating a cute crossbody that will make you want to use leather in all your bag making projects.
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6oz [2.0mm]+ Veg tan leather or Chrome tan leather: 30" x 16” [77cm x 41cm]. If using a thinner leather, it should have a firm/very firm handle. Soft/thin leather will make it difficult to close the flap when the bag is empty. If you choose to use a lighter fabric, consider not using a magnetic snap and just allowing the flap to fall closed. We recommend using genuine leather for this pattern as it’s unlined and has lots of raw edges. If you want to, you can finish your raw edges using edge paint for chrome tan leather, or by burnishing the edges of veg tan leather.

What about using vinyl or faux leather? We recommend using genuine leather for this pattern as the edges can be left raw and still look fantastic. It's also difficult to find faux leather or vinyl that's thick/stiff enough for this pattern. Genuine leather is usually available in thicker varieties which is more suitable for this bag. You’ll also find that leather will wear better with use, particularly on the raw edges where the base meets the side.

We've had fun creating a few of these using 3-4mm felt so that's a great option if you want to make a cheaper and lighter option.
8" high x 11" wide x 3 1/4" deep (21cm h x 28cm w x 8cm d)
You can sell products made from this design on a home-based production scale.

Immediately after purchase, you will receive the following files:

PDF file including step by step photo instructions and printable pattern pieces (Letter paper format for those in the USA & Canada, A4 paper for those outside the USA & Canada)
A1 file – for print shop and projector use only

This is NOT a finished bag. This is a digital pattern to download and print at home to help you create your own bag. This digital file is for your personal use only and is not to be shared or reproduced. See full terms and conditions.

Acrylic templates are available to purchase from:

ARC Expressions
18 Medium Rivets (8mm post) OR smaller post Chicago screws
4 Large Rivets (10mm post) OR smaller post Chicago screws
1 x Rivet back, edge or feature magnetic snap or turn lock
1 x 25mm [1"] Strap slider
2 x 18mm [3/4"] D-rings
2 x 25mm [1"] Swivel hooks
150cm [60"] of 25mm [1"] Webbing for the strap
6oz [2mm]+ Veg tan or Chrome tan leather: 30” x 16” [77cm x 41cm]
REQUIRED TOOLS:
Sharp cutting tools (rotary cutter/craft knife)
Leather glue or contact adhesive is required if using magnetic snaps with prong backs
Measuring tool/ruler
2mm & 3mm hole punches
Handheld rivet setting tool or hand press
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As this is an electronic product, we cannot process refunds or returns as it cannot be returned once delivered. This pattern, once purchased, is not to be shared or reproduced in any way.

Downloads are limited to 10 per file as a precaution to stop bots from sharing download links. If you need your download limit refreshed, please email us and we’ll be happy to sort it for you. Got a question? Check the FAQs page, or email us at shop@countrycowdesigns.com.

When you purchase access to Digital Products you are purchasing a non-transferable, non-exclusive right to access the information for your personal use only. You may not publish or share the digital products or your login details with anyone else. The copyright for this pattern belongs to Country Cow Designs Ltd. It is therefore illegal to reproduce or share the pattern with others, or claim it as your own design. This includes using the pattern to teach classes or for any other commercial use. If you wish to use one of our patterns to teach a class, you must contact us for consent first and each student/attendee must purchase their own personal copy of the pattern.

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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