Summit Backup Pattern by Cloudsplitter Designs
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Prep: There are a ton of pieces so based on my production schedule it did take about 3 days to cut..your production mileage may vary. ALSO note some of the pattern pieces are mirrored. 4 yards of SF101…yes you read that right and it totally worth it!
Sewing Experience: This backpack comes together beautifully but I recommend sewing carefully. There is a ton of bulk in the base even with me cutting out the seam allowance which caused me to have to make a repair. All the exterior zippers are sewn on a curve seam so take your time and be careful with your top stitching. I do recommend using a handbag zipper as I did here.
Zippers, Zippers, Zippers this bag has several zippers but it adds to the look of of the bag. The view of the back gives you a close up of the construction as you can see its really professional looking.
One thing I didn’t care for is the strap adjusters are not marked on the pattern so you are guessing for the alignment. This can definitely present a challenge on a curved bottom.
All in all this is a wonderful pattern and a great sew. This is avaible in My Etsy Shop for custom order in your choice of fabrics.
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