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Kid's Backpack



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Kids are already sure from the beginning that it is worthwhile to leave a positive impression on their classmates. These self-sewn backpacks can use your kids’ own creative ideas for the perfect school necessity.

Download the template below and we show you how to put yours together here.

Recommended Materials

Corduroy and cotton lining.

Amount of Fabrics

+ Corduroy exterior
+ Cotton lining
+ Scissors
+ Bar clasp
+ Adjustable buckles
+ Bias tape & webbing strap
+ Marking pen
+ Fusible interfacing

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Jan 16, 2019, 06.36 PMby leia6

    Hi, I am having some trouble understanding this pattern, maybe it is too simple and I am just making it too complicated. But, when I look at the finished backpack, I see a continuous piece of fabric that makes the front and the back, with bias binding on the edges. So the backpack only has three pieces: front and back, sides and flap. But then I see the photos of the steps on how to make it and it looks like there’s a front and a back, however, there’s no bottom seam! Has anybody made this? It’s not that I don’t know how to join a big long piece to the side piece, it is just that the explanations and the photos do not match, I need some clarification. Thanks!

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