Fabrics Needed Heavy weight cotton for outer bag 1-1/2 yards (can be in 1/2 yard increments) Midweight cotton for lining 1-1/2 yards Materials Needed



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BackpackProject1
Exercício 18 05 (1)


Graphic Artist Alexandra Henry
PERMISSION IS GIVEN TO REPRODUCE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY ©2013 - PCP Group, LLC 
Fabrics Needed
Heavy weight cotton for outer bag
1-1/2 yards (can be in 1/2 yard increments) 
Midweight 
cotton 
for 
lining 
1-1/2 
yards
Materials Needed 
Pellon® 931TD Fusible Midweight
2 yards
Pellon® 
987F 
Fusible 
Fleece 
1-1/2 
yards
Pellon® 100 Vinyl Fuse™ 
1 Package or 1 yard
Nylon webbing - 1” wide 
1-1/2 yards 
Ladder 
lock 
buckles 
2
Heavy 
duty 
zipper 

20“ 
1
Heavy 
duty 
zipper 

9” 1
1/4 
inch 
elastic 6” 
length
Thread
Tools Needed
Sewing machine and related supplies
Rotary cutter and related supplies
http://www.pellonprojects.com
An intermediate to challenging project, this versatile backpack has everything a grade schooler needs - room for 
books, folders, water bottle and a pocket for treasures on the front! Sample used Penny’s Garden Print and Rose 
Garden in Coral from Fort Firefly by Teagan White for Birch Fabrics.
Back(pack) to School Bag
Skill Level: Intermediate
Designed By
Cassie Williams
Sewn By
Cassie Williams 
elegantitus.com


Graphic Artist Alexandra Henry
PERMISSION IS GIVEN TO REPRODUCE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY ©2013 - PCP Group, LLC 
http://www.pellonprojects.com
Cutting and Assembly Instructions
Step 1. Print and cut the templates found on the template 
pages.
Place the template sections of the bag body together, matching
lines. Tape sections together. Cut two each of outer fabric, 
lining fabric, and Fusible Midweight and one Fusible Fleece.
Transfer all markings and notches.
Using the front pouch template, cut one each of outer fabric,
lining fabric, and Fusible Midweight.
Using the strap anchor template, cut four each of outer fabric, 
and Fusible Midweight.
Using the zipper end tab for bag opening template cut two 
each of outer fabric and lining fabric.
Using the zipper end tab for pocket opening template cut two 
each of outer fabric and lining fabric.
Using the hanging loop template, cut one each of outer fabric 
and Fusible Midweight.
For the front pocket zipper, cut two 2” x 12” rectangles each of 
outer fabric, lining fabric, and Fusible Midweight.
For the bag zipper section, cut two 4” x 22-1/2” rectangles each 
of outer fabric and lining fabric.
For the bag bottom, cut one 7-3/4” x 24-1/2” rectangle each of 
outer fabric, lining fabric, Vinyl Fuse™, and Fusible Midweight.
For the front pouch bottom, cut one 3-3/4” x 16-1/2” rectangle 
each of outer fabric, lining fabric, and Fusible Midweight.
For the drink pocket, cut two 8-1/4” x 9-3/4” rectangles of outer 
fabric.
For the strap, cut four 3-3/4” x 12” rectangles of outer fabric.
For the strap, cut two 3-3/4” x 12” rectangles each of Fusible 
Midweight and Fusible Fleece.
Back(pack) to School Bag Page 2
Use 5/8” seam allowances unless otherwise directed.


Graphic Artist Alexandra Henry
PERMISSION IS GIVEN TO REPRODUCE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY ©2013 - PCP Group, LLC 
http://www.pellonprojects.com
Step 2. Fuse the Fusible Midweight to the wrong side of all the 
respective outer fabric pieces following manufacturer’s instruc-
tions. Only two strap pieces get the Fusible Midweight.
Step 3. Fuse the Fusible Fleece to the wrong side of the back-
pack back (on top of the interfacing) following manufacturer’s 
instructions. Fuse the two 3-3/4” x 12” rectangles of Fusible 
Fleece to the wrong side of the two strap rectangles that do not 
have the Fusible Midweight on them.
Step 4. Fuse the Vinyl Fuse™ to the right side of the backpack 
bottom following manufacturer’s instructions.
Back(pack) to School Bag Page 3
Step 5. Place the two drink pocket rectangles right sides 
together, aligning raw edges. Sew along one 9-3/4” side. Press 
seam open. Fold pocket along seam line with wrong sides 
together. Topstitch at 1/8” and 5/8” to create an elastic casing.
This is the top of the pocket.
Step 6. Fold the bottom of the pocket in half. Mark the center 
point of the pocket. Make a mark 1” from each side of the 
center point. Fold the 1” marks into the center mark on the right 
side of the fabric. Press pleats. Baste pleats to hold.
Step 7. Fold the bottom of the pocket in 5/8” and press. Place 
the pocket approximately 1” in from the raw edge on one end of 
the bottom of the backpack with the top of the pocket towards 
the end. Baste the sides of the pocket to bag bottom. Topstitch 
along the bottom of the pocket through all layers.


Graphic Artist Alexandra Henry
PERMISSION IS GIVEN TO REPRODUCE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY ©2013 - PCP Group, LLC 
http://www.pellonprojects.com
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