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A small bag with loads of compartments, the Clarendon combines the function of a bag with the organization of a wallet.

Its features include:
--> Zipper pocket on the flap, ideal for your phone or other items you need instantly accessible
--> Optional ID pocket
--> Concealed zipper beneath the flap for coins, or other essentials
--> Eight card pockets and a slip pocket keep your credit cards and money handy
--> Lining to hold the larger items a wallet alone cannot, with an additional slip pocket inside
--> Adjustable strap to ensure the bag fits you exactly

Added bonus add-on:
You have the option to sew the Clarendon as a belt bag! Bonus instructions are included for Waist Belt Connectors to wear your Clarendon around your waist. The Waist Belt Connectors sew up quickly and easily. Choose from either the D-Ring Version or the Eyelet/Grommet Version. Clip the adjustable Waist Belt to the Ludlow Waist Belt Connectors, and off you go!

Sizing info:
6 " height
9 1/2" width
1" depth

YouTube sewalong video tutorial included, please enjoy the playlist below.


Materials needed:
Fabric I: 1/2 yard 44” quilt weight cotton
Fabric II: 1/3 yard 44” quilt weight cotton, canvas, or linen blend
Fabric III: 3/4 yard 44” quilt weight cotton

2 yards 20” Woven Interfacing such as Pellon SF 101
10” x 10” piece of Ultra Firm Stabilizer

2 (12” or longer) zippers
2 (1/2”) D-Rings
2 (1/2”) Swivel Hooks
1 Magnetic Snap
2 Metal Rivets + tools for installation
Washable Fabric Marker
Double Sided Fabric Tape
Dritz Fray Check, liquid fabric sealant
1 (4” x 3”) piece of clear vinyl (for ID pocket)
Glue (such as Fabri-Tac or Glue Stick)

The pattern:
Full-color photos and illustrations accompany 16 pages of detailed, tutorial-style instructions. Patterns are included for both fabric and interfacing pieces. Additionally, dimensions are provided for square and rectangle pieces in order to use a rotary cutter and cutting mat. I include fabric and interfacing pattern layouts, and labels to keep your prepared fabric pieces organized while you sew. A team of 10 testers vetted this pattern, testing varied methods and interfacings, editing, revising, and clarifying --- ensuring your successful outcome.

Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper sewing pattern. Please download immediately after check out.