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If adding a pocket, fold down 1 inch on top of the 7 inch side wrong sides together and sew the sides if this 1 inch fold with a ス inch seam. Turn right side out and press all 4 sides of the pocket with ス folds on the three raw sides.
5.
Mark the center of the 35 x 19 ス inch rectangle across the 19 ス inch side (measuring 17 ス inches from the end).
6.
Mark the center of the webbing at 1 セ yards.
7.
Place one end of the webbing 4 inches from one side starting at the marked center.
8.
Pin the webbing down for 6 inches.
9.
Making sure the webbing is not twisted, place the other end against the first end and pin it for 6 inches. You are making a big web circle.
10.
Again making sure it isn't twisted, place the marked center of the webbing at the marked center of the rectangle 4 inches from the other side.
11.
Pin these in place for 6 inches from the center each way.
12.
Sew a straight stitch along both sides of the webbing for the full 12 inches that you marked.
13.
At the 兎nds・(the ends of the 12 inch sewn part) sew across and create a square of stitching with an X in the middle.
14.
Do this for all four “ends”of the straps.
15.
The part that isn't sewn down are the handles of the bag.
16.
Sew the pocket onto one side of the bag centered between the webbing and about 1 inch below where the stitching ends. Sew close to the sides of the pocket.
17.
Sew the piping to each of the 35 inch sides of the rectangle. Finish these seams.
18.
Finish the two remaining 19 ス in sides of the rectangle.
19.
Sew the zipper, centered on one of the 19 ス sides of the rectangle. Fold the fabric away from the zipper and sew the fabric down from the right side (the zipper is going to show from the outside of the bag).
20.
Repeat this for the second side of the zipper. Be sure to keep the handles out of the way. Sewing the second side of the zipper is a little trickier than the first side.
21.
Open the zipper.
22.
With right sides together, sew the circles onto the ends of the rectangle. Make sure you don't get the handles caught in the seams. At the edge where the zipper is, overlap the fabric.
23.
Turn it right side out. You've made a duffel bag!
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