Portside Travel Set Paper Pattern
The Portside Travel Set features everything you need to tote your handmade garments around proudly! The travel pouch is perfect for smaller items such as power cords, passports, and other tiny things you may need on the road. The roomy dopp kit fits all your toiletries and features a front pocket separate from the rest of the bag. All of this packs neatly into the duffle which is perfectly sized for a long weekend (or week if you’re a light packer). Duffle features handles which can be carried or slung over the shoulder as well as a removable adjustable shoulder strap. Both the duffle and the dopp kit are fully lined.
Medium to heavy weight fabrics such as canvas, twill, most fabric labeled home dec weight. Lighter fabric can be used but may need to be more heavily interfaced or interlined.
4 – 1¼” D-Rings
2 – 3” long metal swivel bolt snaps (hooks)
2½ yds of 1¼” wide webbing
2½ yds of 1½” wide webbing
leather scrap at least 5×5”
1 – 21” zipper, 1 – 13” zipper, 2 – 9” zippers
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About Grainline Studio
We are a pattern shop featuring modern, fashion-forward patterns that will fit seamlessly into your wardrobe. All of the patterns are drafted with a contemporary fit and we take extra care to provide clearly illustrated instructions that are easy to follow to ensure a professional finish. You can take comfort knowing all of the patterns are drafted and executed by professionally trained team with your ease of use in mind.
The Grainline Story
Grainline Studio originally began as the personal blog of Jennifer Beeman, the designer and patternmaker behind the patterns. It expanded in mid 2011 with our first pattern, the Tiny Pocket Tank, after receiving numerous requests for the patterns of the garments she was creating for herself. Jennifer studied fashion design at Columbia College where she focused on patternmaking and technical design and began working as a patternmaker just prior to graduating until recently when she stopped to focus on Grainline Studio full time.
Jennifer was recently interviewed for American Public Media’s Marketplace about her job as a patternmaker and how she’s trying to keep it relevant in today’s world of fast fashion. She also teaches at Columbia College Chicago in the Fashion Department.