The Kidlet

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I’ve been meaning to make my older daughter a small book bag for some time.  So, when I came across a free pattern from JCasa Handmade I knew this was the pattern I’d been looking for. You can make it as either a wall pocket, with one handle, or put on two handles and call it a tote. I pulled together two Japanese import fabrics, and one of my scraps from the Katie Jump Rope line from my girl, Denyse.  Just like the pattern promised, in about an hour, I had this.  It’s going in the Secret Hiding Spot of Christmas Presents (The closet) and will be given, filled with new books.

Go on, make one!

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2 Responses to The Kidlet

  1. sarahau says:

    That is really cute! I love the mix of patterns!

  2. rachel says:

    oh i LOVE this.

    first the little shamrocks…then the matryoshkas…
    i think i NEED some of those fabrics!!! :D

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