Komebukuro Tutorial colouredJill at Creating My Way To Success used some of the Japanese fabrics in her stash to make a Komebukuro, a traditional Japanese drawstring bag used to carry rice offerings to temples or shrines.  You could use it for more traditional purposes, to hold small game pieces or toiletries or to carry a snack with you.  It’s made from 10 squares of fabric – 5 for the outside and 5 for the inside.  Go to her tutorial to see how to make one.

[photo from Creating My Way To Success]

By Anne Weaver




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