Bag Pattern transition

Vivian'S Design Journey

Due to that fact that the shopping bag itself is too deep for senior user to reach to the bottom, the bag pattern change to shorter the depth and expend on both side for bigger storage spaces.

There are two different pattern been design and developed further.

One keeps the original sharpness form but changing the depth and width.

DSC_0411 DSC_0410 DSC_0409basic pattern 1

The other pattern I decide to bring some curve stitch structure that shown as an surface texture for the bag.

DSC_0412DSC_0413 style 2

DSC_0415 stitch detail

The new structure works pretty well,  the stitch curve actually matches the Frame design.  Further design will try to simplified the pattern by connect the top compartment with bottom part for a clean form.

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