Leather Messenger Bag

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About: We are a professional leather pattern design and tool development studio, we offer high quality pdf, acrylic patterns, and high quality leather tools. We have 2 online stores: www.leathercraftpattern.com www...

You can download this PDF pattern from here:

http://www.lzpattern.com/leather-bag-patterns-cata...

The finished size is: 10.6" x 7.9" x 3.1" (27cm x 20cm x 8cm).

Advice:

Hardware: 20mm lock x2, 25mm roller buckle x3, 25mm square buckle x2, 9mm x 4mm Chicago screw x5, 30cm No.5 zipper x1, No.5 slider x1

Leather: We advice 2.0mm (5oz) leather, size 90cm x 46cm.

1.0mm (2.5oz) leather, 60cm x 1.2cm.

Tools: If you are a new leather player, try to considerate to have tool kit here: http://www.leathercraftpattern.com/leather-tools-...

Step 1: Step 1: Punch Stitching Lines First, Then Install Female Buckle on Front Pouch Leather As Pattern Shows, Then Fold Front Pouch As Picture Shows, Glue It With Main Body Front Piece. Here Please Don't Sew, We Will Sew Later.

Step 2: Sew 2 Pieces of Gusset Together As a Whole Piece, and Then Glue Gusset, Main Body Front Piece and Welt Leather Together, Please Look at the Picture Carefully. You Can See, I Fold the Welt in Middle.

Step 3: Step 3: Sew Them Together.

Step 4: Converse the Gusset, You Will Get a Nice Looking Welt.

Step 5: Sew Flap With Back Piece, Then Glue Back Pouch on Edge, You Should Notice That the Top Stitching Line of the Back Pouch Is Just for Decoration.

Step 6: Now We Sew Hanger With D Rings on Gusset.

Step 7: We Combine Them Together and Sew.

Step 8: Sew Straps on Flap.

Step 9: Now We Install Male Lock On.

Step 10:

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    EcoExpatMike

    5 months ago

    Very nice. How long would you say it took you to do? 6 hours of work time?

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    LZpatternEcoExpatMike

    Reply 5 months ago

    yes it needs about 6 hours to do a quick work, but 48 hours for a better one :)