Added Aug 30, 2008
I made this beautiful backpack for my daughter Zrinka, since she noticed some of the new fabric prints I have, and of course, she wanted a big backpack.
The backpack I’ve made is very similar to Vera Bradley style -design bags.Of course,for all my bags I’ve designed the pattern,therefore it is unique.The backpack is entirely quilted – outside and inside – using free motion quilting meandering technique on lining and diamond design quilting on outside sides.
The top – cover – lid – is accented with handmade felt -fabric flower and two buttons. It has a magnetic snap closure as well.
Secured by cinched cord through silver tone large eyelets which is going to close the top of your backpack plus top cover.
The backpack actually has 6 layers of fabric included thick batting, so as you can see, it is very secure and sturdy.
Inside,you’ll find two large pocket compartments.
Double lined and quilted back straps,you can easily adjust for yourself.And there is a hanger strap in the middle so you can hang your backpack as well.
cotton fabrics,metal eyelets
original design by me
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