Sewing class: learn to sew a dog walking bag


Sew a dog walking bag that dispense a roll of poo bags and holds a few necessities like phone and keys

When the weather gets warmer, I run out of pocket space for my dog walking gear. My American Giant zip up sweatshirt (pretty much the last sweatshirt I'll ever need to buy!) with its roomy pockets gets me through the mild Arizona winters, but come Spring I need a gear bag. 

But I prefer a compact, lightweight gear bag. Something just big enough for my phone and a can of random off-leash-dog-deterrent spray.

With this dog walking bag, supplies are within easy reach. The project features an easy-to-access outer pocket that dispenses clean-up bags, and room in the main pocket for treats, keys, ID, phone, and more. The bag is lined and stabilized, and can be worn over-the-shoulder or cross-body. It's a fun and simple project that's perfect for anyone with a pet, and makes a great gift!

Sew this dog walking bag for basic dog walking essentials

The pattern is from Patterns by Annie and is as fun to sew as it is handy.

This class is good for all levels of sewers, as long as you're familiar with your machine.

Class details

Saturday, May 26, 2016
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
35th Ave Sew and Vac
4939 W Ray Road Ste 27, Chandler, AZ 85226

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