This pretty bag has a little secret… inspired by my Frou Frou Bag, but it’s actually a camera bag! The front and back of the bag is padded, and there is a removable padded bottom. There are thick dividers on the inside that you can move around to accommodate your camera body, lens, and other accessories. The strap is also padded for maximum comfort. And the sweetest part about it is that on the exterior of the bag, there are two front pockets and a back zippered pocket, perfect for keeping your personal essentials while out and about!
The pdf pattern includes 17 pages of sewing instructions, complete with 34 step-by-step color photos.
Click here to read more details about this sewing pattern, and to see photos of all the tester bags! http://sewsweetness.com/2013/03/paparazzi-camera-bag.html
Finished Size: 15-1/4” long x 11” tall
Supplies Needed to Make this Bag
-1 yard of Exterior Fabric -3/4 yard of Secondary Fabric (for top band, outer pocket linings, and straps) -1 yard of Lining Fabric -Fat quarter of cheap fabric (will not be visible in the finished bag) -3-3/4 yards of Pellon® SF-101 Shape Flex® fusible woven interfacing -3/4 yard of By Annie’s Soft and Stable™, available at local quilt shops or on-line (Soft and Stable is a 1/8” thick, foam sew-in interfacing; one of my testers also recommends automotive headliner fabric in place of the Soft and Stable) -3/4 yard of 1/2” thick foam (mine was 24” wide) -Five pairs of sew-in invisible magnetic snaps (I used 18mm but a smaller size would be fine too) -60” long piece of 3/4” sew-in hook and loop fastener (or Velcro) -14” zipper