Features two side pockets and loop to attach important things suck as fossil picks and compasses. Large zipper compartment big enough to fit in a couple of books, a catapult, small toys and other important things that a 4 year old might need.
The paw straps also have name/phone number tags underneath them, hidden from public view but handy in case your child gets lost.
To fit a 3-6 year old, model shown in the photos is 5 years old.
Intermediate sewing skills needed.
The pattern is broken down into easy bite-sized steps so that if you have little ones under foot it is easy to do a couple of steps at a time.
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2 x plastic slide adjuster*
2 x plastic loops*
1m x 25mm / 40" x 1 " wide webbing *Make sure that your sliders and hoops fit the webbing
0.5m / ½ yd light~medium weight cotton fabric for the outside of the bag
0.5m / ½ yd light~medium weight cotton fabric for the bag lining
Fat quarter of contrast light weight cotton fabric for the spikes and tape
55cm x 50cm / 22" x 20" medium fusiable interfacing
55cm x 50cm / 22" x 20" light weight fusiable interfacing
30cm / 12" zip
21cm x 12mm / 80" x ½" bias binding to matching the lining fabric
optional 36cm x 12mm / 14" x ½" bias binding to make loops and pocket trim
green felt scraps and 10cm piece of ribbon (for zip pull, optional)
30cm x 40cm / 12" x 16" batting
coordinating thread and the usual sewing notions
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