Knotty Girl Boho Bag – PDF Pattern

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Knotty Girl Boho Bag PDF Pattern

The easy-to-use PDF includes cutting measurements and pattern pieces for this bag in three sizes: A large tote, a medium sized bag, and a sweet mini version for your favorite little girl(s). This bag is an awesome use for all of those bold, beautiful, and quirky, fabrics in your fabric stash.

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Sew Corded Bag Handles
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  4 comments for “Knotty Girl Boho Bag – PDF Pattern

  1. Sandy
    November 7, 2013 at 11:43 am

    how did you do the handles of the knotty girl hobo bags

  2. Avatar of Pattern Hoarder
    November 7, 2013 at 12:24 pm

    It looks like the handles are knotted and they are fed through curtain grommets or eyelets, or, a large buttonhole is made and the straps are fed through that way. Check with the pattern author if you need more info! :).