Kincha Drawstring Project Bag sewing pattern (2 sizes)

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Kincha Drawstring Project Bag sewing pattern (2 sizes)

Kincha, The Japanese Drawstring Bag, is a project that’s perfectly practical and ideal for beginner sewers.

It is built on the classic Japanese Kinchaku Bag model, with a twist that makes it even easier to create a professional-looking Bag.

In addition to the classic model, Kincha includes instructions to attach a strap making the project bag easy to carry around with you.

In less than 1 hour you will be able to create a beautiful bag that you can use as a project/knitting bag or you can carry your most special things when going out. Although called a project bag, you don’t just have to leave this bag at home. It makes the perfect lunch bag too for taking a little picnic to the park when you skip out of work for your lunch.

Interfacing – a piece of at least 90 cm x 60 cm (35.5” x 23.5”).
– Matching thread.

Kincha Drawstring Project Bag sewing pattern (2 sizes)

The pattern:
You will download two PDF files:
– Kincha in A4.
– Kincha in US Letter.
What you will find in these documents:
– Printable Japanese Drawstring Pattern parts.
– Step-by-step instructions with photos.

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And if you would like to see other bag sewing patterns from this designer then you can click on the red button below.