How To Make Pretty Backpack.

Wanna make this pretty backpack? Here is tutorial! 





SIZES

Front panel: One design (one wick of the same size),

Backboard: One design (same size one wick)

(* 30x39cm round shape )

Mirephon: 20x28cm1 sheet (1 sheet of size) /

Lining: 20x28cm1 sheets,

Cover: One 30x59cm another 28x29cm

Side panel: 9x81cm 1 piece

Zipper distance part: 5x50cm 2 pieces

Bag strap: 2 sheets of 10x84cm / 2 sheets of 10x14cm / 1 sheet of 8x26cm / 2 sheets of 4.5x5cm,

Side plate 9x81cm 1 piece / zipper side part 5x50cm 2 sheets /

Inside pocket 21x24cm,

One zipper 48cm / one 18cm, two D rings, two string adjustment rings,


































17 comments:

  1. Hi. When you say 'one wick', what do you mean?

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    1. I think "wick" is supposed to be interfacing and "mirephon" is pocket this is how I have interpreted the instructions:
      Front and back panels: Cut 2x (30cm x 39cm) main fabric- round edges
      Cut 2x(30cm x 39cm) interfacing also rounded (prob med weight interfacing depending on weight of main fabric)

      Outer Pocket:Cut 1x(20cm x 28cm) main fabric
      Cut 1x (20cm x 28cm) interfacing
      Lining fabric: cut 1x (20cm x 28cm)

      Flap: main fabric Cut 1x(30cm x 59cm) & 1×(28cm x 29cm) (not sure why that second piece is so much smaller suspect it should be (28cm x 59cm) so that the edge seam is pulled in slightly)
      Cut 1 piece of interfacing (30cm x 59cm)

      Side/base panel: cut 1x (9cm x 81cm)
      Cut interfacing 1x (9cm x 81cm)

      Top/zipper section: main fabric cut 2x (5cm x 50cm)
      Cut interfacing 2x (5cm x 50cm)

      Bag straps:
      Main strap: main fabric cut 2x (10cm x 84cm)
      Fixing strap: main fabric cut 2x (10cm x 14cm)
      Loop:main fabric cut 1x (8cm x26cm)
      Zipper tabs: main fabric cut 2x (4.5cm x 5cm)

      Lining fabric:
      Front and back panels: cut 2x (30cm x 39cm) rounded
      Side/base panel cut 1x (9cm x 81cm)
      Top/zipper section: cut 2x(5cm x 50cm)
      Inside pocket: cut 1x(21cm x 24cm)

      This is just my interpretation. I really like the look of the bag but haven't made it yet as was trying to work out instructions x

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    2. Ok worked out why second flap panel is shorter. It looks like it puĺls the end of the flap under so that it ends on a fold so second flap piece should be 28cm x 29cm!

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    4. Did someone finally make this bagpack?
      I can't understand how to attah this flap and what to do with this longest part of it.
      Help me please )))

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    5. Thanks Mary Jolly. You are Godsend. I still don't understand the flap bit though.

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  3. This is the best tutorial I have ever seen......so easy to follow....

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  4. Hey, does anyone understand how they're incorporating the lining into the bag? I can follow pretty well right up until it jumps from the finished lining to the a photo of the bag with the lining in it. Would really appreciate any help anyone may have!

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  5. This is a beautiful tutorial, thanks so much for taking the time to put this out there.

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  6. thank you for tutorial. trying make this bag. i'd like to show you when it finish.

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  7. This really good.. i love it. And thanks for sharing.. i do Little bit modifications for my daughter's backpack

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  8. Hi i have just discovered this site. Your way is understandable and your work is amazing.it seems your website will be my guard book 😊 Thanks from Istanbul

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  9. This is such an informative post. You have a lot of really great points. I wish I had this post as a resource when I started blogging.
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  10. Do you have a video tutorial? It is a lovely bag, I would love to try making it but I found the instructions little confusing.

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  11. Wonderful tutorial! I have not know the backpack could be made by our own hands and I must have a try!DIY backpack making tutorial

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  12. No entiendo la parte la solapa

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