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Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper Bag Pattern


Pink Diaper bag front
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The Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper Bag Epattern is available at Etsy. The Sew Spoiled Ladybug Diaper bag is every mother's dream! It has 7 pockets: 2 exterior slip pockets, 2 exterior elastic pockets, 2 interior elastic pockets and 1 large zipper pocket to carry all of your essential needs. The adjustable messenger strap can hang neatly on a stroller or can be worn over the shoulder. The purse feet are to protect your Ladybug Diaper Bag from ever touching the floor. The magnetic flap is an easy closure to allow you to get whatever you need in a moments notice.
The Sew Spoiled Diaper Bag makes a wonderful gift and can also be used as a regular messenger tote.
This E-book is 25 pages, over 70 photos and 4 full size templates.
Happy Sewing!
Leah

Comments

Mel said…
What a lovely bag, I'm sure it will be very popular!!
Mandy said…
I love this. I may have to give it a try!
Marlene said…
Yes!!! I have been waiting for this. Now to wait for my next check!
Sew Spoiled said…
Thank you girls! I can't wait to share it with you!!
~Leah
Ashley Doodle said…
Got my pattern today can't wait to make it! I'm very excited! Thanks again for another great pattern!
Country Mouse said…
This is so darn cute! I love it! Makes me wanna have another baby, just to carry it!!! Call it temporary insanity!!!!LOL

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