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Backpack Patterns

Backpack Pattern List: including Designer and Pattern Name. The pattern name has a link to the designer's website/pattern.

This is not a comprehensive list of all patterns available on the market. You can choose any pattern on the market that you'd like to try. We also suggest looking at real examples of these bags by perusing the designer's website or searching for the pattern name as a hashtag on Instagram. 

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Backpack Patterns

Swoon PatternsAtlas Rucksack 

Swoon PatternsDenver Backpack 

Swoon PatternsLucy Backpack 

Mrs H Patterns - Duffle Backpack 

Mrs H Patterns - Dainty Daytripper

Mrs H Patterns - Bookbag Backpack

NoodleheadBuckthorn Backpack 

NoodleheadMaking Backpack 

NoodleheadRange Backpack 

Sassafras LaneParker Pack 

Sassafras Lane - Boulder Backpack 

Sassafras LaneBugsy Backpack 

Sallie Tomato Tripper 

Sallie TomatoConnie 

Sallie TomatoShaw 

By AnnieBack at Ya 2.1 

By AnnieGot Your Back 2.1 

By AnnieOut and About 

By AnnieSwitchback 

Sew SweetnessPark Sling Backpack 

Sew SweetnessCumberland Backpack 

Sew SweetnessEdelweiss Bag 

Sew Sweetness - Promise Ring Backpack 

CKC PatternsAugust’s All-Purpose Backpack 

Sarah Kristen Patterns - Raspberry Rucksack

Sew Hungry Hippie - Trina and Wendy Backpacks 


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