Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

Love. This. Bag.

Make this bucket backpack in attention grabbing bold vinyl. It looks fabulous, plus provides hands-free shopping and kid wrangling. In addition to the fantastic material, you’ll use Dritz® eyelets and pliers to create the cinched effect at the top. Rings and slide buckles add functionality on the straps. Its petite size has no bulk at all – just perfect for stowing the essentials.

Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack


Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

Pretty perfect, huh? The color and size really make this bag. It’s petite, yet not to be missed.


Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

It comes together easily with Dritz® eyelets and pliers.


Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

Eyelets are the perfect piece of hardware to finish off openings in fabric, creating a pass-through for lacing, cord, straps, etc.


Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

Dritz® Getta Grip® sewing clips hold the strap in place during construction.


Sewing Tutorial: DIY Bucket Backpack

See the full sewing tutorial for this DIY bucket backpack over at Trash To Couture

Check out these other resources to learn more about Dritz® eyelets and pliers:

How do you use Dritz® eyelets & grommets? We’d love to hear how you use these clever pieces of hardware – for function, fashion, fun! Leave us a comment and we’ll chat!

 

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