Toddler Backpack FREE sewing pattern and tutorial

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Toddler Backpack FREE pattern and tutorial

Do you have a toddler that’s all excited about learning and drawing and exploring everything that the world has to offer? Then you have to make him something cute like this! He will definitively love it! This is a sewing pattern for a toddler backpack and it’s perfect for things like going to their grandparent’s house or to preschool or daycare. It’s the perfect fit and it has room for all of his favorite things! And it’s adorable and fun to make too.

Toddler Backpack FREE pattern and tutorial

To make one of these fabulous backpacks the designer says that this is not a beginner sewing project. You will need some basic sewing skills as this project is a little difficult in some places.

What you will need to make a Toddler Backpack:

  • 1 yard of the main fabric.
  • 1 yard of coordinating lining fabric.
  • 1/2 yard of heavy interfacing if you are using a lightweight fabric for your main fabric and you want to make the backpack more sturdy.
  • Two backpack strap adjusters.
  • One zipper (needs to be between 11-14 inches).
  • A small amount of fusible lining.
  • The pattern/cutting guide.
  • Basic sewing supplies.
  • A sewing machine.

Toddler Backpack FREE pattern and tutorial

This backpack is perfect for little people! It’s colorful, it has a lot of room for all the kid’s stuff and it’s very handy and practical. The best thing is that the creator of this pattern made it FREE for all of us to enjoy. Thank you, Amber, from Crazy Little Projects.

All you now need to do is click on the button below, and enjoy making this Toddler Backpack with this FREE sewing pattern. Enjoy!

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