This is the Kitsilano Picnic Bag pdf sewing pattern from the designer I Think So Bags.
The designer describes her Kitsilano Picnic Bag as a versatile and boxy tote bag for picnicking and more! And of course although it may originally have been designed with picnics in mind, this bag is suitable for so much more besides.
It has large and convenient pockets that allow you to store all of your picnic essentials organized in one bag. If you love going on picnics then you sure are going to love this bag.
If you don’t want to use this bag as a picnic bag then it has lots of other uses. For young mothers it would make a great diaper bags or you could even take it to the beach as a beach bag.
With its big size and multiple pockets this bag will allow you to store lots of items for picnics, baby, the beach or any other thing you want to use this bag for.
Sizing info: When you have finished making your very own Kitsilano Picnic Bag sewing pattern it will measure approximately 21″ wide by 12″ high by 6½” deep without the handle.
Video Instructions: The designer has included a 22-minute YouTube video tutorial showing you how to make her Kitsilano Picnic Bag sewing pattern that you can watch below:
The pattern: The pdf file includes a list of what you need, a description of each step detailed with pictures, computer drawn accurate actual size patterns, both Letter and A4 paper versions are available, and instructions of how to attach the magnetic snap.
If you would like to download the pattern you can click on the blue button below.
Everyone needs (a lot) more than one tote bag. They are a staple pattern in every sewing pattern collection and so versatile and adaptable. Check out a few recent tote bag patterns to sew from our store.