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Monday, July 12, 2010

The Kenda Backpack simply adorable!

I love to share this backpack with you. It is probably my favorite one. It is best used as a purse then an actual backpack, but for the little ones with the right fabric this would be perfect. My inspiration was my daughter. She loves the quilted look and the smaller backpacks for school so I naturally had to make this style for her. This is the view of the front of the bag. The front has a slip pocket with a tab over the front to keep everything secure.

The inside is completely lined with pockets to help keep you organized. It is very roomy for the size. Remember to use coordinating fabric for the inside. It really completes the bag.

This is a view of the side of the bag to show you how comfortable it sits on your back. The straps are adjustable so you can set it just perfectly for your body structure.

The bag is quilted front and back. I love the top of the bag how it folds so perfectly when you draw the bag closed. The back of the bag has a zipper pocket (Picture not shown) . The zipper pocket is very easy to install.
This is close up view of the detail on the bag, it has coordinating strips of fabric to give it some style and add another element of color, fabric pattern design and dimension. This is a perfect size backpack to carry as your everyday bag. It is comfortable and full of a lot of style. Kenda is easy to make and with school just around corner you want to be ready and surprise someone with this fabulous backpack. For more information about this backpack please click on this link: Sign up for my monthly news letter:

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