Trixy (pdf)


Introducing our new Trixy saddle bag that uses minimal hardware! Directions give you the option to change up the closure on your flap to create a unique look for your Trixy by either using a magnet or push lock.

Trixy has a divider pocket that is installed using an ingenious method that will hopefully add a new skillset to your sewing repertoire. Don’t worry about a saggy lining or sewing through multiple layers of fabric and interfacing to attach your strap. We will help you each step of the way with detailed written directions and sew along videos.

And – that goes without saying – we turn the back through a pocket lining and the lining piece is fitted (you do not have to alter your seam allowance).


This bag gets its stability from the Decovil Light or other thinner stabilizer we use at strategic places. The flap is made with a layer of high loft fleece AND a layer of Decovil Light to give it some stability and volume at the same time.

Fabric suggestion

For the exterior, we use two different fabrics/colours.
I suggest you use quilting weight cotton for the exterior2 pieces and whatever fabric you fancy for the exterior1 parts.

This pattern has been tested with quilting cotton, upholstery, cork and vinyl. For the lining and the gussets, all testers used a thinner material (like quilting cotton).

What do you need:

What do you get:

  • 22 pages of extremely detailed instructions and diagrams
  • a cutting list (both metric and imperial)
  • Full pattern pieces (no cutting on fold)
  • A sew-a-long video

The ins and outs of this pattern:

  • 10″ wide and 7,5″ high with a depth of  3″ – 25cm x 19cm x 7,5cm
  • A slip pocket
  • A zippered zippered pocket
  • Dividing zippered pocket on the inside
  • Flap
  • Minimal hardware (2 zippers and a thin magnetic snap or any other lock you prefer) Attach the strap with rivets or any other way you like.


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