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This PDF pattern includes 18 pages of instructions, templates to make the bag, and 51 full-color step photos.
- 1 yard of Exterior Fabric
- 1 yard of Lining Fabric
- 1/2 yard of solid fabric for straps and binding
- 1/2 yard of foam interfacing (By Annie’s Soft and Stable, Pellon Flex Foam, Bosal In-R-Form, or automotive headliner; if using Flex Foam, it is only 20” wide so please purchase double the amount)
- 3 yards of 20” wide Pellon SF-101 Shape Flex fusible woven interfacing (or medium-weight fusible interfacing)
- Four 1” metal rectangles
- Two sets of pearl snaps (Snap Setter or KAM are easy to install)
This pattern is a great all-purpose storage bag, great for anything from sewing supplies, knitting/crochet supplies, and even childrens’ toys! I had some fantastic pattern testers go over this pattern before release, and I’d love to share their work with you right now! My friend Terry made the blue/green bag that she lent me for my cover photo – these Lakehouse fabrics make beautiful bags! Thank you so much to all of my pattern testers for your careful work!
Bree of My Crafty Crap made her bag in one of my favorite Ikea fabrics. The silver vinyl is smashing and Bree’s provided a 360 view of the bag. Love this!
Tiffany made her bag in adorable Heather Ross fabrics. So soft and pretty!
Jamie made her bag with a cross-hatch fabric for the background and a printed fabric for the pockets, which really helps all of the features stand out. I love this fabric combination!
Mary of Mary on Lake Pulaski made the brilliant craft bag with bright and happy fabric – this is quite a retro looking bag!
Paula made this happy version in one of my favorite sewing-themed fabrics, with an aqua stripe for the pockets, polka dot binding, and red straps. Very well put together and carefully chosen fabrics, great job Paula!
Nancy made her bag in appropriate sewing fabrics, and as you can see, it fits a good amount of tools and fabric stash for your next project!
Cindy of Raspberry Sunshine made this bright lemon yellow tote bag, and it’s finished and pressed to perfection!
Sandie of Crazy ’bout Quilts made her bag in this beautiful featherweight fabric! And I love the red scissors lining so much!
Teresa made this pretty pink and red version and used my favorite type of fabric, the black and white polka dot! Smashing work Teresa!
Susan of SB Stitching made this adorable bag that I think would be perfect for a changing station for a baby – just an idea for a great baby shower gift!
Nicole made this adorable version in Monster High licensed fabrics. My daughter really wants this one! – it would be perfect for storage for small toys for a child.