Introducing Lila bag – Allsewpetite

Lila bag

Backpacks are so versatile, especially if you have one that can be converted into a cross-body messenger bag at any time!

Lila bag is perfect for everyday errands or a day trip where you need a lot of space to carry all your essentials. Lila is an excellent bag that quickly converts from a cross body bag to a backpack, so if you need free hands just unclip the straps from the side D-rings and attach them to the back panel instead.

Lila bag has multiple external pockets (gusset, welt, and patch) and one inner zipper pocket. It also features a functional buckle closure on the front, handle and adjustable straps. It is fully lined and you can make it your own by mixing different fabrics.

Lila bag dimensions:

Width 38 cm (15″)

Height 27 cm (10 1/2″)

Depth 10 cm (4″)

Supplies needed

  • 145 cm / 80cm (57”/ 31 ½”) – External fabric (main)
  • 145 cm/ 45 cm (57”/ 18”) – External fabric (accent)
  • 145 cm /70 cm (57” / 27 ½”) – Lining fabric
  • 90 cm / 65 cm (35 ½” / 25 ½”) – Heavyweight, stable fusible interfacing such as Fast 2 Fuse Heavy, Fusible foam stabilizer, Fusible Fleece, Decovil light etc.
  • 90 cm/ 150 cm (35 ½” / 59”) – Lightweight fusible interfacing such as Stayflex
  • 25 mm (1”) – D-rings x 6
  • 3 mm (1/8”) eyelets/grommets x 16
  • Rivets x 11
  • 25 mm (1”) – Buckle x 3
  • 25 mm (1”) – Swivel lobster hook x 4
  • 5 cm (8”) – #3 Zipper x 1

Buy Lila bag pattern

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Front flap with a buckle closure.
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Back view with adjustable straps
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Front view – welt and gusset pockets
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Side view – strap connector
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Lining – inner zipper pocket
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Patch pocket

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