Tuesday, April 15, 2014

quarter inch mark studio presents: kin-cha-ku PDF sewing pattern


Kin-Cha-Ku aka {Drawstring bag}. Kin-Cha-Ku is a traditional Japanese purses or handbag. It is a small bag, typically with a drawstring. Kin means fabric and cha-ku sans to put on. This drawstring bags was invented to carry personal items such as sewing tools, cosmetic, or small items in your travel trip. 


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The {Kin-Cha-Ku sewing pattern} is {available} in PDF file now. The PDF sewing pattern comes with 22 pages step-by- step instructions with over 60 full colors photos on how to make one kin-cha-ku. It also gives clear information on how to resize the pattern. 

We thought it would be great to share a little bit more of the studio photo shooting with you.  S, aka studio assistant has been terrific as a model for the studio.  She loved balanced {kin-cha-ku} on her arm and stacked them in her arms.  We had lots laughs while photo shooting and lots giggles while the {Posie Garden Kin-cha-ku} couldn't balanced any longer! Of course, she got a little tired after all the fun! We wrapped up our studio shooting with a Sunday drive date and a quick visit at the local ice cream shop.

The Kin-cha-ku is finished approx.  7"x7.73"3" , you'll need 

-  an assortment of 56 pieces of print{ a great way to use scrap fabrics}
- two pieces of 10”x10” lining fabric
- one pieces of 3.5”x9” channel fabric
- two pieces of 20” linen waxed string
-two pieces of 10"x10" 100% cotton batting
-sewing Machine
-a small safety pin
-iron
-ironing board
-spray adhesive {multi-purpose}
-rotary cutter
-ruler
-water base pen/ b-gone pen
-100% cotton hand-sewing thread
-hand-quilting thread
-basting needle:long needle
-between needle: #9/#10
-Thimble: leather/plastic/metal ( your preference)
-Hera Marker by Clover

The PFD sewing pattern is available in the {shop}

Please note: A PDF reader is required, as this is a PDF file. If you don’t have one, Adobe Reader can be downloaded online.

Thank you from all the great supports and visits~

xxc

12 comments:

  1. I haven't finished mine yet, life got a bit complicated for a while. I loved the fabrics and the pattern is so easy to follow. I will send you a photo soon. And i loved your photo shooting, such fun photos!

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  2. love the fun pictures. And your bags are so adorable.

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  3. What a beautiful little model you have Chase! I love the look of these little bags:) SO sweet and colorful!

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  4. Wonderful! Love these pretty little bags and enjoyed Miss S and her sweet expressions. Congrats on the new pattern, Chase.

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  5. I love your photos! They are so cute!!! and your work as always. so cute.....

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  6. Sweet photos of your bag and your daughter ~ best model ever!
    I found your blog through Verykerryberry ~ she has lots of nice things to say about you and your work! Love everything and think I'm going to follow along with the Pack Patch Mini!

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  7. Looks like you had a lot of fun with this photo shoot. I love the bags, just ordered my pattern today!
    Lynne

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  8. I have been looking for one of your lovely quilts and wondered if you could help me find it: The mini 9 patch in a square (not sure what you call it.) Love your talents and ability to capture the perfect photos.

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    1. Hello Would this is the one? i use mini 9 patch for the block and made the mini quilt. Please let me know if you need more help. http://quarterinchmark.blogspot.com/2011/11/daisy-mae-scraps-love.html

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