Denver Double Zip Bag


This little bag is perfect for a night on the town, when you want to have room for your phone, cards, money, keys, maybe a bit of makeup and some small bits and pieces. It's such a quick and fun bag to sew, you'll probably just like me, not only make one once you get started!

This bag has two big zippered compartments, both fully lined. The main compartment also has a card holder for 3 cards, a lip balm and money slip pocket and a larger slip pocket that can be subdivided. The pockets can be customized to fit your needs.


This is a great pattern for the confident beginner bag maker! The pattern has 40 color photos showing every step of making the bag, but basic sewing skills is naturally good to have.

Finished bag is ~8 x 5 inches big and ~1" wide at the bottom.

1 Fat Quarter (18” x 22”) cotton/vinyl/faux leather exterior fabric (the blue and grey arrows).
1 Fat Quarter (18” x 22”) cotton lining fabric (the text fabric).
4 x 18” Contrast fabric (the strap).

15 x 10” Mid-weight fusible interfacing, such as Fast 2 Fuse Medium (I highly recommend this interfacing) or Pellon Fusible Thermolam Plus for a softer feel (exclude if using heavy vinyl such as glitter vinyl or sturdy faux leather).
0.8 Yard of lightweight fusible interfacing such as Vilene G700 woven fusible or Pellon SF101 Shape-Flex.

(2) ½” D-rings.
(2) ½” Swivel snap hooks.
(1) 8” Zipper.
(1) 9” Zipper.
Wonder Clips or similar.
Rotary cutter, cutting mat & ruler.


This is a PDF sewing pattern file for download and printing yourself. It's a full color pattern with step by step instructions, each accompanied by a color photo to make it fun to sew and the pattern easy to follow.

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