Pattern Review - Blossom Crossbody by Bagstock Designs - 3 things I changed

Today I'm doing a Pattern Review of the Blossom Crossbody bag by Bagstock Designs.

I'm showing you the 3 things I changed from this pattern, the things I liked and kept, and I'm answering some of your questions, for example: Can you use a domestic sewing machine to make the Blossom Crossbody bag?

In this pattern review, I’m going to answer not only that questions but I’m also going to share with you:

1️⃣ The Materials and tools I used to make the Blossom Crossbody Bag

2️⃣ What I liked about this bag and pattern

3️⃣ The things I changed about the pattern and how they worked out.

4️⃣ How to implement my changes just in case you want to do it yourself.


Blossom Crossbody Bag Pattern:

📏 Strap Measurements: 4” by 70 - 75 inches

👛 Purse Pal Hack:

🔣 Packing Cube Formula:

💝 Monthly Giveaway Entry:

☕️ Let's have a cup of coffee together:

🧵 Materials Used in this video:

Waterproof canvas

Home Decor Fabric Chambray Denim Fabric

1/4" double-sided tape

Best zipper foot

Brother teflon foot


✂️ Tools I'm always using:

Juki Machine:

Wonder Clips:

Quilting Ruler:

Scissors for table cutting:

Electric rotary cutter:

Heavy duty rotary cutter:

Frixion Erasable Pens:

Cutting Ml la at:

Erasable Ink Pen (white ink):

Wool pressing mat:

Cordless Iron:

Seam ripper:

Zipper foot:


P.S.: As an Amazon Associate, some of the links I'm sharing with you are affiliate links, which means that I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases at no extra cost to you. Thank you so much for your support! 😊

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