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Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial

Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial. DIY Craft Idea

Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial. DIY Craft Idea
So, what we need:
 - 3 types of tissue that are beautifully combined with each other (better contrast: light, dark and fabric with an interesting pattern)
 -  ruler, knife, mat for patchwork
 -  button
 -  cord

Cut each type of tissue to 12 strips measuring 3.4 x 15.5 cm. We put the strips to each other and define the order in which they are connected to each other in the finished bag.
Note that the plaid fabric I is third, then it is hardly to be seen (but it gives a special flavor) in the finished product. Make sure what kind of fabric it would be desirable to have been at the forefront of omiyage, and what to hide in the fabric folds.
    Sew these strips with each other in the following order: the first kind of tissue, the second, third, first, and so again

  Before making a seam join scraps of pins perpendicular to the future of the seam

Sew with a standard allowance of 0.6 cm

I first sewed together the fabric of two colors, have turned out here are rectangles. Then I sewed to each such pair of the third kind of fabric, then again everything in advance fastening pins:

Press out all the allowances to one side.

And sew all the patches in one strip.

Fold all stripes here are as follows.
 That is, on a checkered fabric I wrapped the dark-green cloth and on top there was only a light fabric is visible.
First, sew the last and the first strip to get the ring from a fabric top and then collect all the strips overlaying one another.
Sew the resulting folds here in a skirt:

Next, you need to perform the same thing only in the opposite direction on the other end omiyage again to sew the folds.

Now the bright fabric is shown outside. Choosing what will be the bottom edge of omiyage.

Sew the bottom omiyage.

Sew on buttons right size

Next, cut out and sew the inside of the omiyage.
cut out:
     for underside fabric size 12,8 x 30 cm
     for edging 2 Details of 4 x 15 cm
     to the edge of the cord 2 square with sides 3.2 cm.

     Sew the strip to the wrong side in a single ring

Then pulls and fasten the seam on the one hand, to get the sack

Insert the resulting sack inside of omiyage
Fastening the top and underside of the front portion of omiyage Basting stitches and prepare edging.
Press out two rectangles of a cut on each side for about a few millimeters inside out.

It is necessary to attach edging pins to the edge omiyage

We sew on the sewing machine edging omiyage to the opposite free edge of the edging press out about 6-7 mm on the underside

You have to input omiyage formed two cords for: right and left

The first lace hook and thread the pin it around (!) Perimeter border and get close to the entrance, from where you started.
The second string is pulled through the right entry through the perimeter of the edging, and pull out as the right.
As a result, edging inside is a double cord. And when the pull from different sides of the ends of the cord, the omiyage will be closed.

Now you have to decorate the ends of the cord. Fold the squares in half a cut (wrong side up) and pins to attach the cord tips

Sew the long edge of the rectangle

Next eversible out and folded the edge the inside by a few millimeters

Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial. DIY Craft Idea
Blind stitches tighten the edge, and can be obtained here are buds on the edges of our cord

Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial. DIY Craft Idea
Congratulations! Omiyage ready! You can admire the beauty of the resulting!

Japanese Omiyage Bag Tutorial. DIY Craft Idea


  1. I am so fascinated with Japanese patterns. Thia is a challenge perfect for a beginner in Japanese sewing. I am looking forward to making a bag asap when I find the right fabric. I especially want to use Japanese prints so it will look authentic. Thank you for sharing the pattern and instructions.

  2. very interesting bag - wonderful tutorial - look forward to making this bag

  3. Very cool bag, thanks for the excellent tutorial!