Project Bag Sewing *KITS*

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When I closed Chicken Boots, there were still a few items left to sew. It all got boxed up safely and now I am pleased to offer these authentic Chicken Boots Project Bags as sewing kits...but read carefully. There are no returns on Kits. Also- Please read it through before emailing a question. Thanks.

When you are ready to put one in your cart, click the fabric name in the list, rather than on the photo and then Add to Cart.

These DO NOT come with the sewing pattern. You will most likely need the pattern to be able to sew the Kit. The pattern comes with a How-To video too! Look Here for the Pattern. Scroll to the bottom here to see a few other related products.

These kits were cut by me and Rayann and the stiffener and vinyl were cut by a local factory. They are NOT identical to the sewing pattern you can now purchase. It is very slightly different. But it sews exactly the same way. If you follow the same sewing instructions and allow for a little wonky-ness (our cutting) you will have a beautiful Project Bag! Some of the pieces are a little wonky. What can I say, we were very used to sewing these. I'll be sewing one of these live in the near future and you are welcome to join and ask questions if the wonkyness makes you nervous ;) Some don't even have the strap placement notches since Rayann felt it was easier to use a guide. They are priced at wholesale prices. They were tested and sewed well!

What do you Get?

The LINING comes with ONLY Lining pieces to make one Project Bag. (No stiffener, webbing or vinyl).

The OUTER comes with ONLY Outer Fabric pieces to make one Project Bag. (No stiffener, webbing or vinyl).

STIFFENER/VINYL Only: These are only the Front/Back, Ends, Bottom in Stiffener and the Vinyl Divider. They are very close to the pattern pieces. If you want them identical, you will need to trim 1/8" total off one vertical side of your Front/Backs, Ends, and Bottom (Outer and Lining Fabrics). But honestly, they're not that much smaller and it may make your last step less bulky to sew.

The photos of the bags are how we sewed them in production. There is an additional close up photo of the fabrics. 

If you are a business who wants to sew and sell these- that is fine! Sewing and selling Chicken Boots patterns on a home-based scale is awesome! Let me know so I can share!

A description of each fabric is below (with as much info as possible):


Market: quilting weight, designs by Alexia Abegg

BFF: Spoonflower poplin, crisp with amazing color

Hedgehogs and Unicorns: Both designed by Ruby Star gals for Cotton + Steel (I think Sarah Watts)