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Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern

from quarter inch mark studio
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern
Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern kin-cha-ku sewing pattern

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


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$7.50

Beginner
Sewing
Accessory
Women, Girls, Boys
Bag
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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 ...

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