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Lucy Mini Bag Pattern

Date Added: Monday 18 January, 2016



Lucy Mini Bag Pattern

Model: Lucy MiniManufacturer: Ready to Make Couture
Price:   £5.25

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Details:A paper sewing pattern to make a Flower Girl Basket or matching Bridesmaid Handbags The Lucy 'Mini' is a simple-to-sew cute little hand bag tote sewing pattern and ideal to make for any number of little flower girls and fairy princesses! A perfect addition to your bridal theme and bridesmaids outfits or even for the little princess in your life who simply likes to dress up rather than dress down!
Darling Dolly Bag Pattern

Date Added: Monday 18 January, 2016



Darling Dolly Bag Pattern

Model: DollyManufacturer: Ready to Make Couture
Price:   £5.25

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Details:Inspired by the extravagant and exclusive haute couture houses, the 'Darling' Dolly handbag is a 'Ready-to-Make' catwalk delight. You will adore the bold decadent bow that sits forward on to a classic hobo style frame. With elegant handles that seamlessly grow tall for high fashion appeal and where a sense of occasion is guaranteed to make the Dolly a wardrobe must have!
Annie Satchel Bag Pattern

Date Added: Monday 18 January, 2016



Annie Satchel Bag Pattern

Model: AnnieManufacturer: Ready to Make Couture
Price:   £5.25

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Details:A Sewing Pattern with a touch of Couture ! - The 'Annie' bag is a compact satchel bag that sits nicely over your arm as this season's must-have arm candy or is equally at home as a shoulder slung handbag. As a classic handbag design, you will find this sewing pattern a simple to sew experience that comes with a touch of couture to enable you to finish your sewing project beautifully. The medium length handle can be shortened to make a 'classic' ... more info
Ladies' Robe en Chemise Pattern

Date Added: Tuesday 07 July, 2015



Ladies' Robe en Chemise Pattern

Model: L#133Manufacturer: Laughing Moon Mercantile
Price:   £14.49

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Details:Ladies' Robe en Chemise with optional train, puffed or long sleeves, two bodice gathering options, with or without ruffles - C. 1790-1800 The first types of Robe en Chemise were basically tubes of fabric that were drawn up close to the body by drawstrings in channels. #133 Robe en Chemise does not rely on fully functioning drawstrings to keep the fabric drawn in. This is the type of transitional Robe en Chemise has all the gathers fixed; either ... more info