ww Japanese Knot Bags PLUS Blossom

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ww Japanese Knot Bags PLUS Blossom Pattern


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Sewing: ww Japanese Knot Bags PLUS Blossom
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a sewing machine and iron

Pattern Description:

These adorable REVERSIBLE bags swing from your wrist, use only 2 fat quarters of fabric (2/3 yd. for bottle bag), have no difficult closures, make great gifts and sew up in a snap! AND - all patterns from wild wimin' include a BONUS TUTORIAL- and this one has two of our very favorites: the dramatic and easy "Snowflake Blossom" and Shaped Pockets. Cut out a handful of blossoms, scatter them around, and add a few to your clothing...your curtains... anything that doesn't move (yes, they're addictive!) At wild wimin'.com we believe that all sewing should be FUN! Look for all our patterns by typing in the search box "ww"...then find our companion pattern, the VERY useful Bag Buddies (a key tether plus detachable zippered coin purse, sunglasses case or cell phone case) -allowing you to transfer these Buddies to ANY bag). These are great additions to this project, but also wonderful for any bag, tote, purse - already finished or under construction...and no more leaving keys or coin purses on the sales counter! We make you stylish, clever, AND all-together. What could be better?

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • About 7" tall PLUS handles, and 6" around
  • Bottle bag is about 12" tall PLUS handles, and 3 1/2" around


  • 2 fat quarters or 1/2 yard fabric, thread

You Will Also Need:

  • optional Steam-A-Seam II (lite) and scraps

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
ConnieofHH on craftsy.com

Excellent Quick and EASY!  April 19, 2012

This is a quick and easy bag to whip together! Directions are well written. Use your imagination to add your own decorative touches. Think this bag would be a great favor for a bridal party or girl's party.

About Designer

About Designer

Pam Sews on craftsy.com

I started out as so many of us did, hand stitching scraps into doll clothes. Later, my father encouraged me by promising that if I made clothes on my mom's idle Singer, that he would buy me materials for one project at a time. When it was finished, I could get another. (Clearly that lesson of finishing before starting another never really took!) I love sewing, designing, handwork, pattern ...

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