Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern

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Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Boys

Item:

Bag

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • sewing straight line, press seam allowance open
  • operate sewing machine

Pattern Description:

Over the years, I found many beginning sewers struggled with "word" patterns. Some people are more visualized and some people are the other way around.

Kin-Cha-Ku PDF sewing Pattern is an original sewing pattern by {quarter inch mark studio}.

Kin-Cha-Ku aka {Drawstring bag}. Kin-cha-ku is a traditional Japanese purses or handbags. It is a small bag, typically with a drawstring. Kin means fabric and Cha-ku means to put on. This drawstring bag was invented to carry personal items such as sewing tools, cosmetic, or small items in your travel trip.

You'll receive a copy of 22 pages of step-by-step instructions with over 60 full colors photos in PDF file. This pattern instruction will allow to make a kin-cha-ku at approx. 7"x7.75"3". The pattern gives instruction on how to resize the pattern, additional information on making patchwork style kin-cha-ku, and sewing tips.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approx. 7"x7.75"x3"

Materials:

  • cotton fabric
  • cotton batting
  • waxed cord or cotton string
  • cotton thread
  • seam ripper

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • needle
  • safe pin
  • cotton thread
  • iron
  • iron board
  • rotary cutter
  • ruler
  • water base pen
  • Hera Marker as need

About Designer

About Designer

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My sewing learning started when I was in college back in 2001. I learned how to sewing straight lines from one of the art professor in the college. It was frighten when first started it! Using foot to control the sewing paddle for the sewing speed was difficult; sometimes it went fast and sometimes went faster. Ever since learning how to sew I took sewing skills with me then moved to New York ...

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