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|Author||Pattern Play Designs|
“I made this bag for my niece and personalised it with embroidery. She loved it, and I loved how easy the instructions were to follow, I hate doing zippers normally but this one was a breeze.”
Kids love to color. They also love to cut, tape, draw, fold and in general create and craft. This pdf pattern provides instructions to make a bag to tote some of those must have supplies for budding artists. Not too big; it easily goes into the car, church, waiting rooms, grandma’s….anywhere a creative kid goes.
Crayon and Craft Bag features:
• slots for 24 regular size crayons or 8 jumbo crayons
• front pocket with velcro to keep scissors, tape, erasers or other necessities secure
• back side has an optional zipper pocket- perfect for colored pencils
• several full size activity books and blank 8 1/2" x 11" paper tuck neatly inside
Seventeen pages of detailed instructions, full size patterns and forty color illustrations and photos. Straight seams and no tricky bits allow beginners complete this project in about a hour. Includes directions to insert one of the easiest zippers you will ever add to a project- you don’t even need a special sewing machine zipper foot!
All patterns from Pattern Play Designs are copyrighted. Patterns may be used for individual use and for small home based business producing limited numbers. Any other use, including (but not limited to) selling patterns, selling modifications of the pattern, using the pattern for commercial promotion is strictly prohibited, and a violation of copyright law. Please include “Made from Pattern Play Designs pattern” on all finished products or listings.
Suitable for cotton fabrics
3/8 yd. cotton for bag
Lining and accents:
3/8 yd. cotton; made without zipper pocket
½ yd. cotton; made with zipper pocket
1/3 yd. craft felt for batting
Thread to match
1/4 yd. lightweight fusible interfacing (pocket flap and zipper pocket)
7” nylon zipper (optional)
I made this bag for my niece and personalised it with embroidery. She loved it, and I loved how easy the instructions were to follow, I hate doing zippers normally but this one was a breeze.
My 10 year old made the bag for her 3 year old's sister's Birthday. The instruction were written well. Great pattern!
I've made several of these for my girlfriends children and personalized them with embroidery. It turned out really cute though I did make some modifications to pattern to make it wider, close with a zipper on top.
I absolutely loved this pattern! My bag is so cute and turned out perfectly, the instructions were so well written it was easy to follow. Even putting in the zipper pocket was a breeze!