I’ve been using canvas prints designed by Melody for at least 10 years now! This Super Tote showcases her viewfinder print (back when she designed for Kokka Fabrics). I still love it (and kinda wish I had hoarded some, hahaha)!
When I spotted the canvas designs from the Camellia collection (this design is called Chamomile) I ordered it right away! The colors are beautiful and the canvas substrate is perfect as always. I paired it with this dry oilskin from Zipper Zoo. It’s one of those combinations that I wouldn’t have chosen, but after seeing it, I got to cutting and sewing right away!
I thought this was the perfect way to use a bold print on the Making Backpack. Of course you can make the whole backpack using a print (which is gorgeous!!!, I have one on my cutting table now), but this is a great option if you have a precious Fat Quarter or larger scrap laying around! Use it on that front pocket!!!
- Pattern: Making Backpack (Regular size)
- Fabrics: Dry Oilskin (in Smokey Green) from Zipper Zoo, also this one from Oak Fabrics is similar, Camellia by Melody Miller for Ruby Star Society in Polar (purchased from Fancy Tiger Crafts), lining is Big Sur Canvas in Unbleached, binding is a mystery stripe from my stash
- Regular size complete hardware/webbing kit available in my shop!