a sprat as a practical pencil case:
Are you looking for a pencil case that not anyone else is having? One that can not only take on pens, but also swallows scissors or glue sticks without any problems? Then the sprat pencil case is perfect for you and your loved ones.
Thanks to the all-round zipper, you can open the pencil case wide and always have an eye on all your utensils. The sprat can be wonderfully embellished with playful elements, so that children will have their fun with it.
With a slightly more reserved style, it is just as suitable as a gift for adults. Use durable woven fabrics, coated fabrics or give your discarded jeans a second life. The pencil case is great as an upcycling project.
The sprat as gift:
You can use the sprat also as key case, glasses case or toothbrush case.
THE TUTORIAL: This tutorial in PDF format contains a detailed step-by-step guide with countless photos, 28 A4 pages and 3 sectional pattern pages in original size.
SIZE OT THE SPRAT: 27 cm × 9 cm (width × height)
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: average experience
MATERIAL: cotton fabrics, jeans, canvas, coated fabric, cord, softshell or Tyvek, perfect for using upcycle materials
© Copyright by „von Lange Hand“ 2021
These instructions are only entitled for private use. Commercial use of the pattern without a corresponding license is prohibited! Usage licenses are available HERE
Passing on, exchanging and reselling the pattern, the sewing instructions and extracts from them are expressly prohibited, as is publication and printing!
- an illustrated sewing tutorial
- pattern in original size
- tips, tricks and ideas for your own personal sprat pencil case
- suitable for beginners
- lookbook for your inspiration
Materials you need at home:
- cotton fabrics, jeans, canvas, coated fabric, cord, softshell or Tyvek
- when using thiner fabrics: thin volume fleece to iron on (e.g. Vlieseline H 630)
- endless zipper with plastic bead
- embroidery thread for the eyes (alternatively: buttons, moving or safety eyes)
von Lange Hand
Do you know this feeling when something special is created under your hands? Then it tingles in the tummy and a smile appears in your face. Especially when its one of a kind!
Because I love this feeling, I design sewing instructions in my little sewing studio. The ideas for my pieces come to me in my everyday life. Sometimes it is s a wild dragon, sometimes a practical changing bag and another time a buggy garland hops of my sewing machine. Only when working the refinements mature. If everything fits, I develop the tutorial. Step by step, I explain every detail, give additional tips and encourage variations. Numerous photos and a lovly design make each tutorial special.
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