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Inspired by Picotin – These leather bag templates are aimed to define classic elegance. Togo and Clemence leather are suggested to make this bag.Dimensions：14/18/22CMPricking Iron Space:-3.0MM French pricking iron(prepare 2, and 5 prongs) -3.38MM Round pricking iron(prepare 2, and 5 prongs)
Other Tools:3/5/8mm round hole punch tool
Leather Volume:Picotin 14: Around 3 square feet Picotin 18: Around 5.5 square feet
Picotin 22: Around 7 square feet
Leather Thickness Suggestion:Main part: 2.4-3.0mmHandle and strap: 1.0mm
Piping leather: around 0.7mm
Reinforcement Suggestion:Bonded leather: 0.4mm
Vegetable-tanned leather for the bottom: 2.0mm
Reinforcement tapePiping chord: Dia 2.0mm (for the size of Picotin 18/22)
Piping chord: Dia 1.5mm (for the size of Picotin 14)
Comprehensive Kit: To ensure every detail is perfect, we recommend purchasing the accompanying hardware kit, specifically designed to match the pattern.Tutorial: A step-by-step free tutorial will be available based on request.How to get PDF pattern: It's made to order. Order now and receive the PDF pattern within 10 days by email.PDF pattern size: A4 format (suitable for home printer)；A2 formatDesigner's Dedication: The bag pattern has undergone at least six revisions of testing to guarantee its perfection. Created by the master wabi-sabi, aimed to deliver a well-crafted bag.
Wabisabi said that working with designer-brand bags can teach us a lot about structure and craftsmanship. During our production process, we often think about why things are designed a certain way and what makes them excellent. Through studying the designs and production of these top brands, we learn and gain insights rather than simply striving to mimic them.
The Picotin bag is perhaps the simplest structure in the H series, making it perfect for enthusiasts and beginners alike. Inspired by baskets used for feeding horses, its design withstands the test of time. In the realm of fashion, this exemplifies the power of a brand. Their focus is not on who sews better but on a philosophy and belief. So, don't get caught up in trivialities. If you like it, make one for yourself, and don't let time pass you by.