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Large Japanese Knot Bag DIY:
This Japanese Knot Bag by Stacey Sews and Schools is larger than most of the Japanese Knot Bags you will see out there. It’s big enough to be used as a day trip bag or large purse! You will need one yard of fabric for the exterior and another yard for the lining. Stacey simply drew her knot bag pattern out on a brown paper bag keeping her lines straight by laying and aligning the pattern pieces out on her rotary cutting mat. Check Stacey’s notes about strap length and decide how long and short you want your knot bag straps to be.
Mini Japanese Knot Bag Pattern & Tutorial:
This Japanese Knot Bag is designed to be cut out of two fat quarters. This bag is among the top five bags to sew at PatternPile since it was established. A perfect bag for casual outings and a great bag for a youngster to carry with all of their treasures collected throughout the day. I made a Japanese Knot bag out of zebra-striped fleece and I keep it inside of a massive purse as a spare bag. No zippers, snaps, buttons, or any type of hardware. One looped strap simply slips over the other to keep everything safe inside. Such a simple concept!
Phoebe’s Free Knitting Pattern For Japanese Knot Bag
This is a free knitting pattern and instructions for a Japanese knot bag by Pheobe of My Filing Cabinet. This bag is lined with recycled fabric and embellished with an assortment of recycled pastel buttons. Phoebe used one skein of Knitpicks Wool – Andes Bulky Scuba (100% Peruvian Highland Wool).