Japanese Knot Bag Sewing Tutorial & Pattern + Free Video Tutorial

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Free Japanese Knot Bag Sewing Tutorial & Pattern

Japanese Knot Bag Tutorial & Pattern

 The 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 for myself out of zebra-striped fleece and I keep it inside of my 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!   Please watch the free video tutorial below as well.

Get the Pattern & Tutorial

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How to Sew a Japanese Knot Bag with Martha Stewart

If you are looking to knit a Japanese Knot Bag, here is a knitting pattern and tutorial here:

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Design Your Own Handbag

Bagmaking Techniques:

Bloom’s ‘Faux Piped’ Handles + 7 Free Handbag Strap Sewing TutorialsHow to Sew Boxed Corners
Turn Straps Without Turning Tubes
Add a Zippered Lining to a Bag
How to Sew a Stiff Base for Your Bags
Shorten a Metal Zipper
Sew a Shoulder Pad for Your Strap
Install a Recessed Zipper
Add Purse Feet to Your Bags
How to Install a Tuck Catch
Install Twist-Lock Purse Clasps
Re-attach Your Zipper Pull
Install a Sew-In Magnetic Snap
Learn to Make Zipper Pulls
Easily Create Faux Piped Bag Handles
Design Your Own Bags
Attach a Purse to a Sew-on Frame

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