RedLabel Patterns KnottyGirl Boho Bag .PDF Giveaway!

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I won’t lie, I belong to a LOT of Facebook groups, at least 6 for sewing alone!  One of the ladies in my favorite one recently recently released an AWESOME bag pattern and offered to giveaway a free copy to one of my readers!  The large one is very similar to some Matilda Jane I have seen and is just that, LARGE, lol.  Then she also created 2 other sizes including a more manageable medium bag & a mini perfect for mommy & me bags.  When the testers showed off their bags people were begging to own the pattern, it’s a huge hit & has so many options depending on your fabric choices!

While I am in the middle of sewing 2 up as teacher gifts, between sick kids & the last few backed up orders, I haven’t had the chance to actually finish one yet.  I am friends with a bunch of the testers and even from her first go they have turned out great.  It’s not the quickest bag ever, but it is simple.  The reason it can take a while is because it is fully lined & reversible which means lots of pieces & lots of sewing.  That being said the directions are wonderfully detailed with large beautiful pictures and the quality of the finished product is far better then what you will find in most stores.

I definitely see many of these in my future, now if I just had the time to sew them all up!  Below are some more examples of each size for comparison (not the 2 larger bags are hanging on a dress form.) I can’t wait to see what patterns she comes up with in the future.

The mini’s with her adorable twin daughters!


The Medium575752_394648090651344_939045195_n

Last but definitely not least the large!



Enter to win a copy of the new KnottyGirl Boho Bag .pdf pattern from RedLabel Patterns

TERMS & CONDITIONS:  Contest open to anyone with an email account & access to a printer. Patterns are digital .pdf files that will be emailed to the winner.  Winners are responsible for printing them on standard US letter sized paper on their own.   Limit 1 prize per person. Enter up to 3 ways now until 12am EST 6/4.  Including comments & liking FB pages.  To enter just take a look at shop & some of the 24+ completed bags from others who have made it and come back & comment  on THIS POST to tell us what you would plan on making first if you win.  If you win that is the pattern that will be sent to the email address you provided.  After you comment to be entered you MUST VISIT RAFFLECOPTER TO FINISH ENTERING  you can do so HERE.  After commenting it will give you 2 ways to earn bonus entries.

Don’t want to wait a week for the giveaway to end???  You can purchase it in her shop right now!

Also don’t forget there will be other giveaways going on all this week so check them all out!

94 Responses

  1. Michelle
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    I’ve made bags for my daughter before. I think she would love this one!

  2. Tracy
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    Who doesn’t need a new bag! I would love to make one of these in a medium size.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

  3. sezzamaz
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    Although I would love to make them all (!), I think the medium boho bag would be first, as it’s in between, for when I can’t decide if I need a big or small bag ;).

  4. Katelyn
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    I’m really hoping to make a large bag to keep my school books in!

  5. Felicia Adkins
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    I would love to make a medium or large bag. Oh sew pretty 🙂

  6. Robin Hill
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    I really need to make myself a new purse. My old one is BEAT!

  7. Jenna
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    I’d make a small bag for my 5yo daughter! Then one for me, of course 😉 Super cute!!

  8. kelly kelley
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    I could sew my very first bag with this pattern!

  9. Kristy
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    Love all the finished projects. I think the large is my favorite. With a toddler in tow, there is never enough room for everything. 🙂

  10. Peggy Cleary
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    How to choose? a large one for my niece? smalls for the great nieces? The medium looks perfect for a diaper bag for for me to take to work with my snack, coffee, book, and such. I am already thinking which fabrics to choose for whom!

  11. chinapat
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    Very nice bags!! Would love to win!

  12. Narelle G.
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    The mini for my girls, or maybe the medium for me?

  13. Felecia Cofield
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    I like the Boho Hobo! Such a great giveaway! It’s really hard to choose a bag, I like them all! Thanks for the chance to win! Blessings from Bama!

  14. Anne
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    I think the medium Boho bag would be great!

  15. Anne
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    Would love a medium Boho bag pattern!

  16. shanna donelson miller
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    I am in love w this pattern ! I would prob make the medium size boho in a vintage look pattern combo.

  17. Liz Maurer
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    Would love to make this bag.

  18. Jami
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    I need an overnight bag and I think I am a light enough packer to totally make the big bag work so that is what I would make!

  19. Deana T
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    A birthday gift for my BFF

  20. Julie C
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    Strawberryred’s Flower hobo is my favourite! <3 this pattern!

  21. Amy
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    Love this bag!

  22. Shannon Kessel
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    This is a great versatile bag!! I want to make the mini bags for my grand daughters and a large one for myself!!

  23. Lorie
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    I would love to win a pattern to make this bag! Would probably make the large size first since I always seem to be carrying a ton of stuff with me. Would love to make a coordinating mini version for my daughter too!

  24. Krista Bee
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    I would love to make a little bag for my 2.5 year old daughter, and for my Mom to take her things to work. =)

  25. Tracey
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    I would make bags for my girls first

  26. Megan
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    I would love to make the large one to fit all our swimming stuff in!

  27. jen
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    so fun! I would love one!and make one for gifts to

  28. Donalda Martin
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    Love this purse and would love to win it

  29. Raina DelRio
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    My cousin’s wife is having a baby, perhaps I could make her a mommy bag.

  30. Melissa V.
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    Definitely love this. First project would have to be the tiny version for my 22 month old!

  31. Starly
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    OOh, that big bag looks so great to carry my things for work!

  32. Nicole Thompson
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    What a gorgeous bag! So many opportunities for fun fabric combo’s.

  33. Jacara
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    I would definitely make the large bag as I need an overnight bag. Then I would make my sisters and their daughters matching bags 🙂

  34. Robin Hill
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    I need this pattern to make purses for all the women in my life! Matching ones for me and my daughter to start!

  35. Katie Ryan Burchfield
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    I am in love with these! I never make anything for myself, I’m always making things for other people. I’m sure I’d be making these for everyone else in my life, but I’d really like to make one for me….what an awesome indulgence that would be. 😉

  36. Allison
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    Love this bag! Would love to make matching bags for me and my daughter! Or for “Crafty pay it forward” that I started at the beginning of the year!

  37. Katie Darby
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    I Would Make The LARGE! 🙂

  38. carolyn. pounds
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    My daughter loves new bags!

  39. Jenna newton
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    I’m going on a cruise in 2 weeks and I NEED a new bag for it. Seriously. NEED.

  40. Tammy Lynch
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    I love this bag!

  41. Heidi Boatman Meeks
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    I’ve had my eye on this pattern for quite awhile! I would LOVE to have a bag or two for my very own. Lol
    My nieces would look
    So cute with the minis, though.

  42. Dee
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    Love this. So many different combinations and embellishments you could use to make each one different. Love, love it.

  43. Carla
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    Love all the bags.
    The mini models were cute too. ;o)

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