While the Sak Kendra does not boast the wealth of designs that the Indio Demi does, it still offers a fair number of designs in one of the most popular hybrid silhouettes available.
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It was so much fun with the material and different choices of purses! Thanks for your visit! Love how this bag has pockets inside; great tutorial! I just got into sewing and this is the perfect starter project! I have been wanting to make one for the longest time. Thanks for the tutorial. I will be sure to make one now! Is there any way i could convince you to upload a printable pattern? Chelsea, you have "no reply blogger" checked and I couldn't reply by email.
Unfortunately, I don't know how I would upload the pattern as it is pretty large. I did find a similar one online and you can find it here: I'm just starting out sewing, looking for bag ideas and this one is great and gives the right amount of information. Nice been looking a long time for a pattern, Thanks just love yours.
Great job on the hobo bag, I am definitely going to give this a try. I love your pattern of choice and I am hoping I can find something like it as well. Thanks so much for your instructions, they were very easy to understand. I can't wait to try this! Just got super cute fabric today. I have an idea for simplifying your instructions and will post if it works out thanks for showing us how to do pockets never thought of pleating the bottom.
Pam, How would I go about making a zippered pouch for the opposite side of the pouches for pens, pencils, etc. I also don't have a bag that I would like to make a pattern of. I also have never worked with patterns on paper so please help! Any advice would be great?
You can use any type of paper. Then cut your fabric out. Sew the zipper in first, then do the other seams. If you don't have another bag to make a pattern of, just make your own out of paper. If the first one doesn't come out just the way you want it, you can adjust the pattern for the next one.
Don't buy expensive fabric for the first bag just in case. Another way to say it: Take the piece of fabric that will be the pocket. Hope that makes sense.
I still don't know how to make the bag pattern. Can you give the dimensions of the bag? This tutorial is amazing - it has very clear pictures and instructions. Love everything about this bag! It's my next project! You would measure the length of where you want the zipper to go, purchase that size zipper. You would then follow the directions for installing the zipper on the zipper insert.
You should probably install the zipper first before doing the other steps. Do you have dimensions for this bag.. I don't have a hobo laying around to make a pattern out of Wondering what kind of fabric is best for this type of bag???
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It's pretty easy to knock off a pattern from an existing cloth bag. Sewing this bag is another story and I had to figure things out as I went along. For all you who just want to see the finished project, skip down This is a pretty long tutorial, so scroll down if you don't want to read through all the instructions. Some of you might just want to pin this post to one of your boards on Pinterest for a later date. Here are the details: First off, I had one yard of fabric for the lining and straps black fabric and one yard of fabric for the patterned fabric.
Your yardage may vary depending on the size of the bag you are making. To make the pattern, trace the bag on some pattern paper. You can use any type of paper or even a cut up paper bag.
The steps above are repeated for the other 2 pockets. Cut one of each.