MERCHANT and MILLS • Jack Tar Bucket Bag Sewing Pattern

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Merchant and Mill Jack Tar Bucket Bag Sewing Pattern. Designed by Merchant and Mills, this copious bucket bag has space for an almost infinite amount of stuff. Make it in traditional British oilskin, sturdy canvas, cotton drill or denim. Fully lined with 3 divided internal pockets. This really is the most useful of bags.

The sample in the picture is made from Yellow Dry Oilskin, however it would look equally good made in one of our denims, cotton drill or canvas.

All the hardware and leather required to make this bag is included the Jack Tar Hardware Kit. We recommend that you use a cotton lining.

Finished measurements length 43cm, width 47cm.

This is a multi-size paper sewing pattern. Seam allowances are included in the pattern at 1.5 cm, unless otherwise stated. The pattern comes carefully packaged in an envelope together with step-by-step sewing instructions to complete your project.

Skill level • Suitable for beginners.  

Suggested fabricsOilskin, Dry Oilskin, Mid-Heavy weight Cotton Canvas or Drill, Mid weight Denim (8-14oz) for the lining we suggest something like a simple cotton or Duck Canvas.

Fabric requirements • Please see last image for fabric requirements.

Trims needed • matching thread / 70cm x 2.5cm leather strap / 4 x rivets approx 9mm / 2 x 2.5cm D rings / 1 magnetic clsp / 1m x webbing for handle (optional)

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