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FREE new flap shape for the Craggan & Evelyn

One of my lovely moderators Toni S, asked In the Facebook Group if I could design a new curved flap for the Craggan/Evelyn Crossbody bag pattern – loads of you agreed – so of course, I couldn’t say no 🥰

I rustled up a new pattern piece, which you can download FREE at the end of this post, and Toni tested it for us – her bag looks amazing – now I think I may even prefer it to the original squared flap!

Many of you have been upsizing the Mighty Mini, but the larger Craggan/Evelyn Crossbody might be just what you are looking for. This new curved flap shape makes them look very similar. Here is a size comparison with the New Mighty Mini.

Pop over to my patterns page and have a look to see if this is a good pattern for you. Remember that The Craggan and The Evelyn are the same pattern, (just photographed in different fabrics) so you only need to buy one, but the Evelyn has an additional little coin purse included.

If you already have the Craggan/Evelyn pattern and want the curved flap pattern piece, here it is.
Just click the pink button below to download.


I can’t wait to see your creations.

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  • Tara
    August 15, 2022

    Love your tutorials and patterns!

  • Frances Donovan
    March 19, 2023

    Love your Tutorial

  • Lynda Bramlett
    May 9, 2024

    hi Dianne, I have the Evelyn pattern but was wondering if you have the dimensions of each rectangle piece so I can avoid having to print out the pages and tape together? I am content just using the dimensions instead of a pattern piece.


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