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Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Bag Body 

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body. (The beginning here)

Installing magnetic snap:
Needed for this step: Magnetic snap, small piece of Peltex or scraps of other interfacing and cotton duck, Fray Check or super glue, fabric marker

Install snap as directed on packaging. Directions may vary slightly between products.

Installing snap in flap:

    Layer and pin flap interior fabric and cotton duck flap lining, wrong sides together.
    Mark snap center 1 3/4" from the bottom raw edge of fabrics and centered between sides.
    Center Peltex scrap or other interfacing and fuse to cotton duck fabric. Add additional layer of cotton duck on top of interfacing if not using Peltex scrap.
    Make slit marks as directed on flap interior fabric. Very carefully cut through all layers with point of seam ripper.
    Test fit with snap prongs.
    Apply small amount of fray check or super glue to fabric where snap will slid through. Work very quickly if using super glue. Slide snap prongs through right side of flap fabric to the interfacing and finally through metal disk. Fold prongs flat.

Installing snap base in front panel pocket:

    Mark snap center 2 1/2" from top of finished pocket panel and centered between sides.
    Attach Peltex or other interfacing to the wrong side of panel fabric. Install the snap base only in the pocket panel fabric, not the pocket panel lining. Pocket lining will cover snap back.
    Follow remaining steps as directed above.

Finished snap should look like this from the wrong side of fabric.

Making the flap:
Supplies needed for this step: Flap interior fabric & cotton duck (with magnetic snap installed from step above), flap exterior fabric

1. Mark rounded corners using a medium sized bowl on the wrong side of fabric. This line will act as the edge of fabric, but do not trim yet. I find it easier to stitched the curves first and then trim excess.
2. Sandwich together and pin flap interior (with snap installed and cotton duck attached) right sides together with flap exterior fabric.
3. Stitch 1/4" seam around sides and base of flap. Leave top open.
4. Trim excess from rounded corners. Notch curves, careful not to clip stitches.
5. Flip right sides out. Press flat. Top stitch 1/8" from edge. Add additional row of stitching at 1/4" if desired. 

Flap interior with snap installed.

Flap exterior.

Sewing bag body together:

    Supplies needed for this step: (2) Prepared exterior pocket panels, (2) bag body (13.75" x 18"), (2) cotton duck interlining (12.75" x 17"), Hera marker or other removable marking pen, denim needle, walking foot.

Prepare sections by cutting 2 1/2" squares from the bottom corners of the pocket panels, bag body pieces, and cotton duck pieces.

Place pocket panel face down.

Layer bag body piece on top of pocket panel lining up bottom and side raw edges.

Place cotton duck fabric on top of bag body, centering as shown. Pin well.

Flip over and make sure all fabrics are laying flat. Add a few additional pins in center of bag to keep all layers together.

Mark stitching lines. This is not only for pocket divisions, but also to keep interlining well attached to exterior fabric. Reinforce stitching at the top of the pockets, adding backstitching, but then continue stitching to the top of bag. Always begin stitching vertical lines from the bottom as this helps the pocket lay better and reduce puckering. Use a walking foot with denim needle. Stitch as follows:

Front Bag Section Stitching Lines:
Horizontal lines:

    2 3/4" from bottom
    3/4" from bottom
    3/4" from top

Vertical lines:

    2 3/4" from left side
    2 3/4" from right side
    3/4" from left side
    3/4" from right side

Suggestion for vertical pocket divisions:

    4" from left side
    5.5" from left side
    7" from left side
    6.75 from right side

Back Bag Section Stitching Lines:
Horizontal lines:

    2 3/4" from bottom
    3/4" from bottom
    3/4" from top

Vertical lines:

    2 3/4" from left side
    2 3/4" from right side
    3/4" from left side
    3/4" from right side

Suggestion for vertical pocket divisions:

    6.75" from left side
    6.75 from right side

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

Match completed bag front and back, right sides together.
Stitch bottom seam first using 1/2" seam allowance. Press seam open.
Stitch side seams with 1/2" seam allowance. Press seams open.

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

Flatten corners and match seams to make boxed bottom. Pin or clip together. 

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

Sew each bottom corner seam with a 1/4" seam allowance. If desired reinforce seam with additional stitching at 1/8". Stitch slowly, especially over seam. This is bulky and can be difficult for a machine.

Messenger Bag Tutorial Part 4: Installing Snap, Making Flap, Constructing Bag Body

 

 

 



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