Jack Tarr for Minerva (Sponsored Post)


The beginning of a new month means that my regular Minerva Blogger Network post goes live. For October, I chose to make a bag using a kit, just for variation. Making only garments can get a bit boring for me so to spice things up I make other stuff as well.

It was the first time I used a hardware kit . I had quite some fun making this bag.

Sewing Summary:

Pattern:    The Jack Tar by Merchant & Mills: This copious bucket bag has space for an almost infinite amount of stuff.  Fully lined with 3 divided internal pockets. The most useful of bags.

Sizing:  n/a one size only

Fabric:   1 m of black water resistant fabric and for the lining 1 m cotton twill

Notions:  The Jack Tar Bag making kit (1 D rings, 4 rivets, 1 veg tan leather strap, 1 magnetic snap)

For more details please check out my full post on Minerva Blog here.

Disclaimer: I was sent the supplies free of charge in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in the post are my own and not influenced in any way by Minerva and/or the manufacturers.

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