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Nice! What's the leather?

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I like that especially the way you have the shoulder strap running!

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Realy A Cool Bag - guess your daugther is pround of it!

Will you share the measures or pattern? :)

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I'm liking it too, Nice design in simplicity and looks. Wild Bill46

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opus56   

Realy A Cool Bag - guess your daugther is pround of it!

Will you share the measures or pattern? :)

Sure...I'll write something up in the next few days.

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Love the design and the chunky buckle, really sets it off.

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opus56   

I'm liking it too, Nice design in simplicity and looks. Wild Bill46

Very nice!!!

Love the design and the chunky buckle, really sets it off.

Thanks everyone!

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tboyce   

Opus,

I like the bag and so do others. I can whip up a pattern for it to share if you don't mind. If you do, I understand

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opus56   

Opus,

I like the bag and so do others. I can whip up a pattern for it to share if you don't mind. If you do, I understand

Absolutely...go for it. Here are a few dimensions/notes:

Overall Dimensions – 14” x 11” x 3”

5oz – 6oz Oil tanned leather

Buckle – 2 in

Rivets – your discretion

Straps – one 28” (for buckle) and one 52”

Front flap – 14” x 14”

Bag – 20” x 25”

Sew front flap to bag w/ 2” overlap

11 slots - 1st slot (from top of bag) starts 3/8” from top edge

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tboyce   

Perfect usually I have to approximate dimensions by seeing something relative (like the distance of the average female forearm is 10 ")

This will me easier than I thought


I'll post something this afternoon

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tboyce   

just posted the pattern over in the patterns forum

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The bag is awesome, thanks for letting tboyce make a pattern.

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Thanks opus for allowing tboyce to make the pattern up. Thanks for sharing with us all.

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Pounder   

Thanks for the generosity Opus56, great design.

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Thanks for putting the pattern up. It is a great looking bag

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many thanks to tboyce (for all your pattern work) & opus56 (very nice and simple design - very cool!!!) :thumbsup:

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opus56   

many thanks to tboyce (for all your pattern work) & opus56 (very nice and simple design - very cool!!!) :thumbsup:

Thanks everyone...it's my pleasure. tboyce did all the hard work! :)

Here are a couple of shots of a small 6" x 4" x 1" bag I did as a proof of concept. No adjustable strap nor did I sew on the front flap....it was just all cut as one piece. If people are interested in this smaller bag, I'll get template info to tboyce and he could whip up another pattern for everyone.

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Cool small bag, as well. Aren't you ridiculously thorough. ;)

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tboyce   

I'd be happy to

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