ROCK-STUD CHARM BAG (PDF + SVG)
This listing is for a PDF pattern and also includes an SVG* cut file as a bonus. Files are ZIPPED together for download. Once file is downloaded, there are no refunds.
This adorable mini bag charm is a fun, fast, and easy no sew pattern that uses rivets and a snap for construction. Its great to hang as a bag charm, can be used with a key chain, and even worn around your neck. Its perfectly sized as a charm, but just big enough to fit ear-pod headphones inside.
Beginner-friendly, and fun for all levels as long as you know how to install rivets and a snap.
1. Easy to follow step-by-by step instructions with images that include fool-proof direction for proper folding so the charm finishes in symmetry.
2. Two styles to choose from -- a basic version that keeps things simple, and an embellished version if you want to bling it up.
3. All pieces include rivet placement holes making layout a breeze.
4. A useful appendix with helpful info on supplies, tools, along with hardware tips for installing pyramid studs in case you want give it that "Valentino" designer look!
MATERIALS FOR ONE
>Exterior: Vinyl, Cork or Leather 5.75" Wide x 7.5" Tall
>Optional Lining: Quilting Cotton (same)
>Optional Fusible Web for Lining: Heat'n Bond Ultra Hold (same)
Depending on your style choice, you will need 12x rivets for basic style and 18x for the embellished version as follows:
1x - Spring Fashion Snap in 10mm (Required)
6x - Construction Rivets in 6-7mm (Required)
4x - Optional Bag Feet rivets in 6-7mm
13x -Optional Embellishment Rivets for Flap and Handle (Handle and Flap rivets should to exceed 6mm)
Tools & Supplies
- 2-2.5mm hole punch
- Rivet and Snap Installation tools
- small sharp scissors
- rotary cutter, acrylic ruler and mat
- non-bleed marking pen and silver-leather pen
- double-sided tape
- a 30-degree metal utility knife makes cutting more precise
- if fusing a lining: Teflon pressing sheet or parchment paper
- optional edge coat paint
See image of the General Info page for additional detail.
WATCH A VIDEO TUTORIAL - BY JESS OKLAROOTS
Jess of OklaRoots shared a fabulous video tutorial for this pattern. Jess is so pleasant to watch with a great personality, has an easy style, and a clear way of simply explaining things. She also shows you how to optionally use HTV vinyl. Once you watch this video for this pattern, you will likely want to subscribe to her channel. If you like her video, be sure to give it a thumbs up!
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SVG Cut Files
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