I found this camera bag while searching Pinterest.com and it lead me to a blog that had the tutorial to make this, but you have to buy the printed fabric at http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/797179. It makes the one camera bag and a little key chain.
It matches my Diana Mini camera from Lomography perfectly, so I had to buy one to make. The fabric was about $20, so that's not too bad. I guess I didn't read the blog carefully because I thought it was going to be the size of a messenger bag, but it isn't. It should be called a camera pouch, because it is so small. It barely fits my Diana Mini. I don't think you would be able to fit a regular Diana with flash and a roll of film into the bag. That's a major down side for me, because I wanted to stick lots of cool camera accessories in my bag, and lots of extra film along with photo props :(
Next issue I have is that it is a incredibly stupid pattern! Seriously, I have made a lot of bags in all sizes and even created my own awesome designs. So I am very confident in my ability, but this bad made me want to toss it in the trash! I cant even begin to explain all the dumb things in the pattern that made me frustrated, the strap, the "lining up the dot" of which there were billions.
I'm not happy with the over all finished product, I just don't think it hold up to my level of quality.
I don't think I'll use it, I have a great little boxy pouch that a friend made me in a swap that's big enough to fit my camera and 2 rolls of film, but small enough that it fits inside my purse. So I'll keep using that for when I take the camera out and about, and use this new bag for a storage place when its sitting at home.
The main reason I wanted to post this project is to vent about how much I hated the pattern. Kinda therapeutic, lol. :)