PDF SEWING PATTERN - McPherson Square Tri-Fold Convertible Pocketbook - Crossbody - Wristlet - Many Pockets - Hold it Right There


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This listing is for one PDF e-pattern and instructions to create the McPherson Square Tri-Fold Convertible Pocketbook.

Lightweight and compact, don’t let its small size fool you! The McPherson Square holds a lot, and lets you find it in a flash.
Features include:
--> Zippered front flap with instructions for your choice of either a single or double magnetic snap closure
--> Rear zipper flush pocket option
--> Crossbody strap or wristlet with swivel clasp for securing keys
--> Interior additional zip pocket
--> 8-slot Card Pocket with Slip Pocket
--> Two Smartphone Pockets with Snap Tab closure
--> 29 pages of detailed, tutorial-style instructions with full-color photos and illustrations
--> Patterns for both fabric and interfacing pieces
--> Cutting charts with dimensions for using a rotary cutter and cutting mat

Closed: height 7 ½” x width 7 1/2”
Open: height 19 ¾” x width 7 ½”


With the exception of mass production and/or manufacturing, you may sell the finished bags you create from my pattern. Please note the purse pattern is designed by Hold it Right There in the item description. The Corcoran Cross Body Bag pattern and instructions may only be purchased from me. Distribution or replication of pattern and/or instructions is expressly prohibited.

Due to the digital nature of this product, I cannot make refunds or accept returns.

If at any time, you have questions while making the bag, please email me, and I will gladly be of assistance.

McPherson Square is the name of the Metro stop I got off when I worked in Washington, D.C. It evokes fond memories of riding the subway to work in my nation’s capitol, eagerly reading The Washington Post Food section on my commute, and trying out the recipes I found on unsuspecting friends when I got home. Since this design folds down into a square, I thought it would be fun to name it after the subway stop I ventured from so many times.

{P.S. Just for fun, I've included a few of my favorite recipes from The Washington Post for you to enjoy or share with others.}

© 2016 Hold it Right There All Rights Reserved

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Feb 11, 2018 by Donna Myers
Nov 17, 2017 by Cindy Handt
Super cute pattern! Well written and easy to follow.
Aug 23, 2017 by Cara
Oct 27, 2016 by Kerrie Marks
Very happy Thank you :)
Oct 11, 2016 by Tracey Meers

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