This crossbody bag is just the right size for your phone, keys, and cards
View the photo gallery further down to see what others have done with this pattern!
This video is an introduction to the Sweet Talk Phone Bag from the video class for the bag at Make Bags With Brenda. This pattern is also available in a paper version.
Sweet Talk crossbody bag pattern is versatile
Make it with a button or a bow. Dress it up and carry it out for the evening, or make an everyday version. Shorten the strap to make a kid’s purse.
Carry your phone, cash, cards, earbuds and all your other stuff in the two pockets.
A crossbody phone bag pattern like Sweet Talk is a fun project to make. The result is the perfect little purse for when you don’t want to carry a full-size bag and need something small that will keep your hands free.
Your card holder slips into the back zippered pocket. This universal sized cross-body bag can be made with a button or a bow and is fully padded to protect your phone.
Sweet Talk is also available as a video class
Online class at Make Bags With Brenda
Sew in the familiar comfort of your own home and make your bag on your own schedule. The pattern is included when you purchase the video class.
Make a little girl’s purse using the Sweet Talk crossbody phone bag pattern
See how one creative sewist modified this pattern to make purses for her little girls.
Sweet Talk Pattern and Extras
Select any picture to view a slideshow that includes pattern requirements, plus available kits and notions. Click the pink button beneath the slideshow to shop the bag.
A comment from Jocelyn Sarault
I used the Canadian maple leaf material from the Discover Canada line. I used the flap version and my button is a lobster. Many of my relatives were lobster fishermen and I can never have enough lobsters, just love it!! I will certainly enjoy my carrier and I should not miss any calls!
Brenda’s photo gallery
Show ‘n Tell Gallery of this bag made by customers
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