Some blog readers may remember when I was working on the pattern hack of my mom’s Tudor Bag for Sara of Sew Sweetness. The pattern hack posted today and you can find it HERE. (P.S. YES, those are both affiliate links above… and I am going to save money from that to buy more Sew Sweetness patterns!!)
This was a really fun undertaking, but a lot more work than I expected. It really gave me an appreciation of all of the hard work and attention to all of the little details that designers go through to give us great patterns.
Thank you, Sara, for the opportunity to be part of the Pattern Hack Posse. Your patterns are fantastic and I appreciate your encouragement to let us change things up a bit!
4 thoughts on “Tudor Bag Pattern Hack”
That is so awesome Christine!! I skimmed through the Sew Sweetness pattern hack, and you really put a lot work into the instructions! I don’t make bags, but I admire your work.
Thanks, Pam! Writing that was a lot of fun, but certainly gave me a new appreciation for the work that goes into making patterns and all the pictures that are included!
I love seeing pics of your awesome bags. You’ve really got a great eye for putting them together!
Thanks, Sarah! Now I just have to find the time to balance making bags with making quilts since I love doing both so much.