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“I felt that this pattern was really confusing. My first attempt came out awful. I've been sewing for quite awhile so I don't consider myself a beginner, but I couldn't follow these directions.”
The Kindertote pattern was designed with little kids in mind. When my girls were small, they loved to “put things in things”. This colorful, little tote is just the right size for your little one’s treasures. The outer pockets give added storage space. Using printed quilting-weight cottons, the design possibilities are endless! A layer of batting is used to help keep its shape while offering a soft touch. This little bag makes a wonderful gift. It is fat-quarter friendly.
I have designed the Seedlings Sewing Patterns line with the creative sewer in mind.
My hope is that you will not only use the pattern as presented, but as a starting point for your own, unique creations. Pattern includes cutting instructions, not pattern pieces.
Each pattern offers complete step-by-step instructions, full color clear illustrations and instructional photographs to help you succeed.
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The original copyright of this pattern is retained and owned, with all rights reserved, by JoAnn Connolly.
This pattern may be used by crafters for small-run commercial production. Any item made from this pattern that is offered for sale online or in a physical location must give obvious credit to
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4 coordinating fat quarters
Fabric A: 1/4 yard for body of tote
Fabric B: 1/8 yard for upper band of outer pocket
Fabric C: 1/4 yard for outer & inner pockets
Fabric D: 1/4 yard for lining
¼ yard of low-loft batting such as Warm & White
Four 10.5” pieces of ¾” twill tape or grosgrain ribbon
Two 10.5” pieces of decorative ribbon narrower than the twill tape
Two 10.5” pieces of Jumbo Rick Rack
Fabric glue stick
Rotary cutter & mat (or scissors)
I felt that this pattern was really confusing. My first attempt came out awful. I've been sewing for quite awhile so I don't consider myself a beginner, but I couldn't follow these directions.