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  1. Yes, I punched it all first and didn't use an awl
  2. Haha, I actually have pretty large hands (for a woman), but yes, getting the needles in there was quite tricky - I did both short sides first so I was sort of working my way up and out of the bag as it came together
  3. Definitely A4 (but that doesn't include the leather for the straps). It does happen to be pictured on a particularly small person here which makes it look bigger! The final bag is approx 14 x 9 x 3cm (5.6 x 3.6 x 1.2") Thanks Yep, a single piece (except the small strips enclosing the D-loops)
  4. Here's the side! It's stitched right side to wrong side because I wanted a smooth rounded sort of shape
  5. The paper size! (210 x 297mm) - the place I ordered my leather from had A4-size pieces that were very affordable, so it seemed like a good place to start before buying a larger amount of leather
  6. I'm just getting started with leather craft - I wanted to make a bag out of a single A4 piece of leather, and this is the result Also had a go at making the pattern into a printable pdf
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