Repurposing Riff on a Rice Bag pattern

(1 customer review)


Finished size: 6½” x 6½” x 6½”

Raid your linen chest or your local thrift store!

Create a handy project bag with vintage linen napkins as pockets and recycled shoelaces as drawstrings.

The bag is styled on a traditional Japanese rice bag, or komebukuro.

The pattern provides cutting and piecing instructions to make the Repurposing Riff on a Rice Bag.

Fabric requirements: 4 fat quarters or 1 metre, plus vintage napkins and shoelaces.

Fabric recommendation: 4 fat quarters of Plain Shweshwe or your favourite Shweshwe print combination.

All patterns are for personal use only.

SKU: RPR-RFF-ON-A Category:

1 review for Repurposing Riff on a Rice Bag pattern

  1. Susan S. (verified owner)

    I made up the bag using one set of my stash of vintage napkins. Looks good. I didn’t have fusible batting so I just used regular batting. It worked just fine but probably was a bit more effort to insert. It is a cute little bag but not sure what to put in it or what is a good use of it. Any suggestions?

    • meerkattrade (store manager)

      A great project bag for knitting or sewing 😉

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