Sometime before Christmas I was seeing a lot of the Sew Together bag in my Instagram feed. It looked awesome – lots of pockets for stuff and ample opportunity for playing with fabric, but you know, everything that made it awesome also made it look a leeetle complicated. I gave it a go anyway.
The first one I made was for my sister. As I worked through the steps, pattern intimidation turned to that happy puzzle doing feeling.
Not that the instructions were puzzling. They weren’t, They were clear and even said things like, “you will need to sort of smash the pockets flat.” That is the kind of honesty I appreciate in pattern writing! Thank you for letting me know when it’s not pretty.
It comes together well, is fun to make, and in the end, a master zipper zips all the little zippers. This one went to Anna, my secret santa partner! I used some of Alison Glass’ sunprints fabric, and I thought about using all sunprint for the rainbow, but decided it was a little more fun to mix it up.
And in other news, it’s Kids Clothes Week. My kid is big, but I keep thinking I’ll do some nephew pants. I’m still building away at the site, though!