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All the leather + hardware, minus the fabric!
BEGINNER MAKE TIME: 1–3 hours
Beginner projects will introduce you to the basics of bag making.
You'll learn to sew heavy-duty fabric, punch holes in fabric and leather,
set metal rivets, and sew your first zipper!
Confident Beginner projects involve managing more pieces of fabric and
leather. They'll teach you to add interior and exterior pockets and install
new types of hardware, like snaps.
Intermediate projects involve a more in-depth making process. They'll
teach you to work with a wider variety of tools and hardware techniques,
like setting extra-strength tubular rivets.
Advanced projects are for experienced stitchers ready to invest a significant
amount of time and energy into becoming a bag maker. Complex construction and
seriously professionals results.
The Woodland Dopp Kit is a boxy zipper pouch that makes the perfect travel companion. Durable, water-resistant, and spacious enough to keep your personal items organized while you’re on the go.
Add A Woodland - Paper Pattern?
· Drafting templates
· Physical instructions booklet
Add A Woodland - PDF Pattern?
· PDF drafting templates
· PDF instructions booklet
Add A Woodland - Online Class?
Learn to make your Woodland with Ellie, the pattern's designer! Step-by-step video instructions from your home sewing machine. (Regularly $39, 50% off with kit!)
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Download the full TOOLS + SUPPLIES LIST
To make holes in fabric
To use under sharp punching tools
For securing multiple layers of heavy-duty fabric
For making impermanent marks on fabric
No! The Woodland Dopp Kit can be made successfully on a wide range of regular home
One spool of all-purpose thread to match the lining (off-white).
Double-cap rivets can be set with just a hammer on a hard surface. You could also use a double-cap
rivet setter with a mallet on a hard surface
For the Woodland, you'll need to punch 3/32" holes in your fabric. You can use a 3/32" drive
punch and a mallet on top of a cutting board or a hand-squeeze rotary punch.
Check out a full list of Woodland FAQs on our blog.