After buying the pattern ($17.23 Cdn or about $13US), I found out that the entire package was 82 pages long!! The first 36 are instructions for the BGB, some photos, and the printable template for one pattern piece.
The rest of the pages are detailed instructions for making a zipped 'dumpling dish'. I made one of those a while back and would try another scaling the pattern larger.
I did some more sleuthing and learned that the BGB is just a modification of the Sew Together bag by Sewdemented.
With further research I learned that Sally is having an online feud with someone who has posted a helpful video on how to cut out, assemble, and sew the BGB. Sally does not have videos on the subject posted yet and for a significant fee, they will be made available. I wasn't intrigued.
With the Sew Together videos, the other video, and Sally's long-winded instructions, I decided to make the Baby BGB as a warmup to the big one. The 'pattern' cost an additional $3.95US, It is available to BGB pattern owners, and is only one page which includes cutting instructions and one template for the sides. There are no assembly instructions - it simply refers the sewist to the BGB instructions. It has one zipped pocket, and like the BGB, a foldout front.
I raided my stash for some cute fat quarters that would go together and after several hours, came up with this. I quilted the outer fabric. In the future, I would use puffier batting.
And here it is with the one zipper pocket unzipped.
I did use a medium interfacing on all the pieces except the binding and yellow pocket lining. I erroneously interfaced the 4 side pieces instead of just the two outer ones, making for quite stiff side pieces. Hopefully next time I'll get it right.
I also hand-stitched the binding to the back as I tried to machine stitch it and didn't like the look of it. IMHO, hand-stitching looks a lot neater. I know some people have made a bunch of these to give to friends but I doubt I'll follow that plan. I'm a really slow (but accurate) sewist and spent several hours making this one. However, I now feel ready to tackle a full-sized BGB.