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Linda Belt Bag Digital Sewing Pattern

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The Linda Belt Bag is not just another fanny pack.  It came about when the ideas of an Oversized belt bag & kangaroo pocket combined together to be stylish AND functional.

In this bag, you will work with webbing & learn how to sew Y-seams.  This pattern use two different zipper installation techniques that are interchangeable.  You will also learn to sew darts to create volume & work with different hardware for your own personalized look. Best of all -- there is no bias binding.  The lining has a completely clean finish. 


- Two Views whose features can be mixed and matched
- Large Main compartment with double zippers
- Spacious back Zipper Pocket
- Clean finish - No Binding!
- Front Interior Slip Pocket
- Key Fob

- View A:
   - Large Front Kangaroo Pocket with Snaps
   - 1 1/2" Adjustable Strap
   - Triangle Ring and Swivel Clasp Hardware
   - 3-section back interior slip pocket
- View B:
   - Clean front exterior with webbing detail
   - 1" Adjustable Strap with options for added hardware
   - Buckle attachment
   - 3-section back interior mesh slip pocket


13”W x 7”H x 3”D 

20”W x 7”H x 3”D - with wings

DIFFICULTY: Experienced Beginner - This pattern which assumes you already know how to install rivets, snaps and a zipper.


  • A0 / Projector File - Ready to send to a copy shop or use with a calibrated projector.  All templates are full-size and laid out in a single direction
  • SVG File for electronic cutting machines with at least 12" x 24" cutting surface


You may sell your handmade bags in small quantities and Love You Sew must be credited for the bag design. This pattern is not for mass production. You may NOT redistribute this pattern in any way and/or claim it as your own.


  • As of 11/19/2023: There was a labeling error on PAGE 21.
    • The pattern template label should read "5. BACK PANEL, Cut 2 Lining, Cut 2 Woven Interfacing"
    • The pattern template (used to cut) IS correct.