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Convertible backpack pattern {Limbo}

Petit Limbo convertible backpack pattern : 3 styles
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Limbo is a convertible backpack pattern : 1 bag = 3 silhouettes ! Furthermore, 2 sizes are included in this pattern.

{Limbo} Convertible backpack pattern

Limbo is an advanced level convertible backpack pattern.

A backpack is great, but a backpack that can be transformed at will is even better! With a clever switching of rings and lobster clasps, Limbo will easily turn into a backpack, a saddle bag or a crossbody bag. Of course the ways to transform Limbo are explained in the pattern instructions.
The adjustable strap will ensure a perfect length either worn as backpack straps or as a regular strap.

De gauche à droite : mode sac à dos, mode besace et mode bandoulière - Tissus : Toile à sac violette et lin lamé de La Mercerie des Créateurs
Left to right : backpack style, saddle style and crossbody style
Left to right : backpack style, saddle style and crossbody style
Left to right : backpack style, saddle style and crossbody style
Limbo détail attaches sac à dos
Limbo – backpack strap detail

 

2 sizes are included in this pattern !

Limbo dimensions : width 30 cm (12″), height 34 cm (13 1/2 “), depth 9 cm (3 1/2”).
Petit Limbo dimensions : width 25 cm (10″), height 28 cm (11″), depth 6 cm (2 3/8″).

convertible backpack pattern : 1 bag = 3 silhouettes
Petit Limbo convertible backpack pattern : 1 bag = 3 silhouettes
convertible backpack pattern : 1 bag = 3 silhouettes
Limbo convertible backpack pattern : 1 bag = 3 silhouettes
convertible backpack pattern
Limbo on the left – Petit Limbo on the right
convertible backpack pattern
Limbo on the left – Petit Limbo on the right

2 pockets !

Limbo has two zippered pockets : one inside and one on the back. No pocket is readily accessible when the bag is worn on the back.

convertible backpack pattern
Limbo backpack style – back zippered pocket
Limbo backpack style - Lining zippered pocket
Limbo backpack style – Lining zippered pocket

Instructions and Pattern

Limbo is an advanced level pattern. The detailed, illustrated instructions are 15 pages long, 6 pages are devoted to the full size pattern pieces of Limbo and 5 pages for Petit Limbo.

In the PDF file you’ll find :

  • Detailled and illustrated sewing instructions
  • Full size pattern pieces
  • Needed supplies
  • Instructions to assemble the pattern
  • Cutting layout
  • A sewing lexicon

Your Limbos

Here are some of your creations using the Limbo convertible backpack pattern.

  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Du @verosacotin , en
  • On ne présente plus
  • lesfillesduvendrediS
  • Limbo par Xabella co
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • 11 Likes, 1 Comments
  • Sac transformable Li
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • 70 Likes, 5 Comments
  • 8 Likes, 1 Comments
  • Quand je suis arrivé
  • Une de mes tantes av
  • Limbo est un sac à d
  • 3 mentions J’aime, 1
  • Sac à dos transforma
  • Sac à dos Limbo cous
  • Sac à dos transforma
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Thanks

Sacôtin patterns are always tested by several seamstresses before their release to ensure clear instructions and a perfect pattern. This is the All-Stars sewing team that tested Limbo convertible backpack pattern :

Thanks to Camille Camille M’Craft, Kocotte Kocotte & Cyclotte, Marie P. El’En, O’Kryn O’Kryn Prod, Sandrine SB créations.

Thanks also to Camille for modeling with Limbo, to Madame Zaza for proofreading the French version of the instructions and to Maria aka Velosewer for proofreading the English version.

Buy the Limbo convertible backpack pattern

You can buy the Limbo pattern in the Boutique.

Necessary supplies are indicated there.

This pattern is available as downloadable pdf only. Help page

convertible backpack pattern
Limbo convertible backpack pattern – 1 bag = 3 styles
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