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Caitlin's 3-in-1 Kraft-Tex Bag - Pattern by Betsy LaHonta

Caitlin's 3-in-1 Kraft-Tex Bag - Pattern by Betsy LaHonta
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Finished Size - 9" Wide x 14" High x 3-3/4" Deep

A cleverly designed tote bag that converts from a tote to a folded-over cross body or a back pack. A great bag for travel or every day running around. This pattern uses Kraft-Tex, a rugged paper that feels and wears like leather and sews, cuts and washes like fabric, eQuilter product code CTKRAF. Material requirements include: 3/4 yd exterior fabric; 3/4 yd lining fabric; 1-1/2 yds to 1-3/4 yds kraft-tex; 1 yd medium-weight fusible interfacing; 1-1/8 yds lightweight fusible interfacing. 'Caitlin's 3-In-1 Kraft-Tex Bag' pattern by Betsy LaHonta of C&T Publishing for Stash Books and FunStitch Studio. Finished size is about 9" wide x 14" high x 3-3/4" deep.

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