Go back to school in style with the Star Student Backpack sewing pattern! The Star Student Backpack features a zip closure, front pocket with zip closure, optional water bottle pocket, hang loop, padded back and straps, and optional tabs to attach the Star Student Lunch Box. Finished backpack measures 16x12x5" and is roomy enough to fit a standard size binder, pencil box, text book and a jacket.
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PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated.
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Posted by Maryanna Powell on 27th Feb 2016
My niece started pre-school this year so I made her the back pack and lunch box. I used denim on the front, back and sides and quilting cotton on the front pocket and lining. It turned out great!
Posted by Olivia on 7th Aug 2015
I made one out of scraps for a trial, not knowing if I would be able to make one, and I was able to make one for my sister, fully quilted with added inside pockets, and no water bottle pocket with almost no complications. If you are going to make this for a middle schooler, or a high schooler, like myself, I would recommend adding width the the zipper panel, and the bottom panel. Then you can also easily add pockets into the inside to fit other things that you might need to put in a backpack. This bag was pretty easy, I didn't think I would construct something like that, but I did.
Posted by Kathleen Kelley on 23rd Jul 2015
I absolutely LOVE this backpack pattern! I never would have thought I could have made such a nice, sturdy, custom backpack. Thanks to Peek-a-boo patterns I have done just that! The instructions are so easy to follow and with color pictures that help so much. It was a lot easier than I thought. And now my grandson has a new backpack for school with all the extras!