Denim Big Tote

Size: about 40cm (l) x about 44cm (w) about 8cm (d) ※Excludes handles.

This big tote bag in thick #10 cotton drill fabric from INDIGO+ series is perfect for everyday use. You will find it convenient as a gym bag as well as for shopping.

Design & Work:Kokka Fabric

Fabric shown for this sample:
INDIGO+ P48100-100A

□ Outer fabric 110cm wide×90cm
□ Lining fabric 110cm wide×50cm
□ Fusible Interfacing(Medium weight) 110cm wide×80cm


Click here for Sewing Instructions (PDF format / A4 size)

Zipper Top Tote Bag

Size: about 30cm (l) about 50cm (w) about 16cm (d) (Excludes handles)

The featured project is a large tote bag with an ample gusset. It is perfect for short trips and as a gym bag since the zipper top will hide the contents. The fabric with the contemporary pattern is from see design, a brand by textile designer, Donna Gorman.

Design & Work:Kokka Fabric

Fabric shown for this sample:
 see design JG80000-101B

□ Outer Fabric: 110cm wide×110cm
□ Lining Fabric: 110cm wide×60cm
□ Fusible interfacing (Heavy weight): 110cm wide×90cm
□ Zipper: One piece (50cm)


Click here for Sewing Instructions (PDF format / A4 size)


Size:50cm (w) 2m (l)

This stole is created by using the “overcast stitches and fringes” method, which is all done by hand. You can enjoy a gentle touch that can only be created from hand stitching and it presents a different feel from a machine finished piece. Be playful with unique colors for the overcast stitch, and it can work as an accent for this simple stole.

Design & Work:Anriko

Fabric shown for this sample: KINARI H11800-800A

□ Fabric: 50cm x 2m

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We interviewed Anriko about her creation:
Kokka Fabric (KF): What did you think of the fabric you used for this project?
I chose to make a stole. I thought that the nuanced weave of this cotton linen fabric, combined with a gentle and soft texture would make a nice impression.

KF: Can you tell us any special elements or ideas that you incorporated into this creation?
It simply uses a long and rectangular fabric. By hand sewing, it aims to create a silky finish. When it comes to stole making, I personally prefer to do it by hand, rather than by machine.

KF: What are some tips for making this stole?
The method I used for this project was to wrap the thread around the edge of the fabric. You can also use blind stitching or ladder stitching, if you prefer. For a thread color, you may choose a color that stands out for fun.

KF: How should we use this stole in everyday situations?
The picture shows a basic styling example. With ample length, you can try different styling arrangement and coordination.

KF: Thank you very much, Anriko! Here are sewing instructions along with step by step photos from her. Enjoy crafting!

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October 28,29 and 30, 2017
International Quilt Market 2017

Place:George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida De Las Americas
Houston, Texas 77010

Show Hours:
Oct. 28 & 29 : 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Oct. 30 : 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Please visit us at booth no.1300, 1400 (Kokka Co.,ltd. distributed by Seven Islands, Inc.)

We introduce brand-new fabrics.

*Trade show only. Not open to the general public.
You will find more detail at

Three Piece Set from 60cm Panel Fabric

〈Tote Bag〉 About 27cm (l) About 27cm (w) (Handles excluded)
〈Pouch〉About 13cm (l) About 21cm (w) 
〈Clutch Bag〉About 27cm (l) About 23cm (w) (Handles excluded)

A 60cm panel fabric with stripes, dots and solid design will turn into a three-piece set – tote bag, clutch bag and pouch. It is nice that the fabric is fully utilized. Even the fabric edge will be used as handles for the clutch and tote bags

Design & Work: Kokka Fabric

Fabric shown for this sample:
LUCKY TYPO P47300-301B

□ Outer Fabric: 110cm wide×60cm
□ Lining Fabric: 110cm wide×60cm
□ Fusible Interfacing (Heavy weight): 110cm wide×60cm
□ Zipper: Two pieces (30cm or longer)


Click here for Sewing Instructions (PDF format / A4 size)