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Kin Cha Ku Sewing pattern


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Skills Needed

  • Hand Sewing
  • Zipper

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  • Digital Pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

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Pattern Details

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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sewing straight line, press seam allowance open operate sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approx. 7"x7.75"x3"

Recommended with this pattern

  • seam ripper
  • cotton fabric
  • cotton batting

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quarter inch mark
quarter inch mark
:::Welcome to {quarter inch mark studio}:: You will find modern sewing bag patterns , mini quilt patterns, and embroidery patterns from quarter inch mark studio. Each sewing pattern comes with step-by step photos and clear instructions that will walk you through each sewing project and provided lots of wonderful personal tips. Digital Modern Embroidery patterns are from my original line of drawings and features lots of wonderful details and characters. It will bring you inspirations to your craft table and home. There will be patterns that you'll want to sit down and take time to work through and allow plenty of time for all the tiny stitches. follow me-- Instagram @quarterinchmark Blog If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me! Chase xx