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Simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial

Simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial
A whole days ago, I received a email from one of my customer if I could sell this pattern or not.I have been thinking to make the pattern and tutorial for some time.To make the bag is not difficult, if you have sewing experience.So here is the result tutorial!! (This is the tutorial in English! This is not easy for me. It makes me crazy!!)First I though about selling the pattern and tutorial on my Etsy store. However, I changed my mind.Instead of selling it, I decided to share the tutorial HERE on my blog!! I would like to ask please respect the following rules :- for personal use only. - this is not intended for commercial use.- do not sell the copy of tutorial. All right!  Azuma bukuro is made from one rectangular fabric. - The total width length is always 3 times more than the one of the height. - sew 1 and 2 , 5 and 6 right side together. ( This process make the shape of the bag).Ok, I will show you the process step by step. :) 1. prepare your fabric by follow the basic rule.  3.

http://coco-stitch.blogspot.com/2010/11/simple-azuma-bukuro-bag-tutorial.html

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