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Charlie Kraft-Tex Backpack - Pattern by Gailen Runge

Charlie Kraft-Tex Backpack - Pattern by Gailen Runge
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Finished Size - 13" x 14" x 4-1/2"

An eye-catching woven kraft-tex backpack with bonus wristlet. This pattern features weaving instructions, zipper closure, buckle straps, and one front pocket & one interior pocket. A great bag for travel or every day running around. Material requirements include: (2) different colored 18-1/2" x 28-1/2" rolls of kraft-tex fabric; 7/8 yd back fabric; 1-1/8 yd lining fabric; 3 yds midweight fusible interfacing; (1) 12" zipper for top opening; (3) 7" zippers for exterior pocket, interior pocket & wristlet; (4) purse feet; (2) 1" buckles; (10) eyelets with eyelet setters; 8-1/2" x 10-1/8" base material such as plastic canvas. 'Charlie Kraft-Tex Backpack' pattern by Gailen Runge of C&T Publishing for Stash Books and FunStitch Studio. Finished size is about 13" x 14" x 4-1/2".

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