Hello and welcome!
This is where I originally shared a tutorial to make a cute mini back pack coin purse. Unfortunately, continuing troubles accessing the link to the pattern pieces occurred for many of those interested in sewing one.
To serve you better, my tutorial has been re-formatted into a PDF pattern.
The pattern is now available here!
Click here to purchase and then download my pattern.
I appreciate your understanding and your patience! I hope you will enjoy the new format
Revisions will be completed by July 9th, 2013. Done!.
So gorgeous! So clever! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Oh boy, that must have been a ... of a job!ReplyDelete
I tried to download the PDF, but (maybe it’s my mac) I see the page on my screen but there’s no possibility to download or print.
Yay! Brilliant! I've been waiting for this! Now I just need to find time to mess it up!ReplyDelete
another great tute! love the cute little backpack. i'll have to make one for my budding fashionista! thanks for posting this.ReplyDelete
Oh my.... while I've been away from my computer these past weeks, you've been busy creating beauties and wonders.ReplyDelete
wow, that is such tiny stitching, great tutorial, thanks for sharing with us ^_^ VirginieReplyDelete
your mini backpack is too cute for words-I am speechless!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing your talent with us!
Thanks for sharing very cute coin purse..:)i try to make one..ReplyDelete
Way cute project! I couldn't download the pattern though and would love to make a few of these.ReplyDelete
where do you get your one 1/2" swivel snap?ReplyDelete
these are adorable , thank you so much for the tutorial, these will make great christmas gifts for coworkers.ReplyDelete
I'm having trouble with the zipper and the band bottom lining up .. is the band bottom supposed to be as wide as the zipper and zipper band combined? Thank you..... great project!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing this project with us! I do love all your blog! I would like to link your tutorial over at my blog "1001 idéias de artesanato". I am brazilian and my english aren't too good, but could I make a portuguese translation of you tutorial on my blog?ReplyDelete
Thank you again!
A bigger zipper was a little bit frustrating but for the rest I enjoyed making a mini backpack!ReplyDelete
Kooolll!!!!! m surely gonna make this!ReplyDelete
It's really a beautiful and usefull pattern !ReplyDelete
I'm a doll owner (collecting) and I make some backpack for them with your pattern.
Thank you very much for this tutorial !!!! ♥
I love the mini backpack coin purse, but I'm not sure what size it is. the pattern seems a bit small, should i take it to staples and enlarge it? Is it the actual size that prints out.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your help.
The pattern is small, but it's at the size intended, so no need for enlargements.
The height measurement given on the pattern should be the size you get when you print it.
Print the pattern, then measure the height with your ruler, to make sure it's printing to the size given (3 3/8"). If not, check your print settings to make sure it isn't set to scale things down.
Hope that helps.
Hi can anyone post a link or make a video on how to make this? please? I'm stuck :/ReplyDelete
can you email the pattern to me at firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Hi love the backpack but cannot download pattern can you email it to me at email@example.com pleaseReplyDelete
wow this is so cute, I would love to make at least one BUT whe I try to download the pattern...........nothing shows up. like there is no pattern!ReplyDelete
This is so cute but when I try to download the pattern I get a message saying the document is no longer there??ReplyDelete
My friend and i will sew the very nice and sweet Mini Back Pack Coin Purse and Key Chain, but we cant´t find the pdf. Can you help us?ReplyDelete
2 freindly sew women from Germany
I made one this morning. CUTE! if a little fiddly. Your pattern is perfectly sized and the tutorial is easy to follow. Thank you for a stocking stuffer for Daughter.ReplyDelete
I tried to open the pattern pdf and can't, my daughter wants to make these and she really needs the pattern, could you email me a copy of it to firstname.lastname@example.org? so much appreciated.ReplyDelete
could you send me a copy of the pattern pdf to email@example.com? it won't open for me and says that it no longer there, my daughter (taking fashion in high school)wants to make some for her friends.ReplyDelete
Oh awesome! I just made some! hand sewn, I wish i had known about this!ReplyDelete
cool! i just hand sewed some for my dolls! wish i had seen this! here's mine:ReplyDelete
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