Heart Backpack free pattern

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Heart Backpack free pattern

Well, this has got to be one of the cutest child’s sewing projects that we have ever seen.

Which little girl is not going to adore one of these Heart Backpacks?

Now is your chance to make one of these adorable Heart Backpacks for your little princess. She is going to be so happy with one of these in her favorite colors. We think she won’t be able to stop smiling when she has one these bags on her back and all her friends are going to love it too.

Heart Backpack free pattern>

This Heart Backpack is a fun project to make for an intermediate sewer. It’s fully lined and has adjustable straps, making it perfect for all sorts of outings.

A huge shout out to Abby from Sew Much Ado for providing this awesome pattern and tutorial for free. Abby is super talented and provides so many excellent patterns and tutorials for kids. If you would like to add this pattern and tutorial to your collection you can click on the button below.

Heart Backpack free pattern>

What you will need to make a Heart Backpack:-

  • 1/2 a yard (44″ wide) of main woven fabric such as quilting cotton or home décor weight fabric. If you use home décor weight fabrics then it will increase the stability of the finished backpack.
  • 1-yard (44″ wide) of fabric such as quilting cotton for the lining and straps.
  • 2-yards of fusible interfacing (20″ wide Pellon SF101).
  • 3/4 of a yard (45″ wide Pellon) of fusible fleece.
  • Two 1.5″ wide bag strap adjuster sets. However, the designer says if you prefer, you could use actual backpack strap adjusters or 2 sets of D rings (and adjust the width and length of the straps accordingly).
  • One 9″ non-separating zipper.
  • 40″ double fold 1/2″ wide bias tape – pre-made or custom made.
  • Basic sewing supplies.
  • A sewing machine.

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