-At least 2 yards linen or canvas fabric. Linen being historicaly preferred.
-Appropriate needle for fabric weight.
-Pins, I only had two but more will definitely benefit you.
-Thread of similar color to fabric.
-Your arrow spacer
-A string for the top drawstring
-A leather string, aprox: 6 inches
Here is the pattern...
B- This is where the bottom of the bag will be tied to hold the arrows in. It is the same measurement as A.
C- Fold the fabric down along this line to make a space for the drawstring. It is the same measurement as A.
Step 1. Measure the circumference of your arrow spacer and add 1/2". As you can see mine measures 22" exactly. Mark measurement A.
|Marking measurement A|
|Marking line B|
|Marking line C. Line C would be the one that is farthest left. The other two are not needed, I was just experimenting.|
Step 3. Cut out the pattern. It should look just like the pattern up above. A simple rectangle with your lines A, B and C drawn on it.
|The pattern as it should look before cutting out.|
|The whip stitch almost completed.|
|The double-rolled hem.|
|View from the top.|
Okay, so that is all I can manage for the time being. Please let me know if this was helpful and if needed what do I need to change.