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“This pattern was easy to follow and produced a very nice looking bag. I did use fusible interfacing on the bag fabric as well as the lining fabric to make the bag a lot more sturdy.”
This is a pattern for a child’s personalized tote bag. It is perfect for use as a library book bag for kindergarten or school.
The bag is lined and interfaced to make it durable. It features a handy pocket on the front on which you can applique your child’s name and a groovy helicopter design.
This bag doesn’t just have to be for boys. Turn it into a girly bag by choosing one of my girly applique designs and making it up in pretty fabrics.
• A detailed tutorial with step by step instructions and colour photographs.
• Applique templates for all the letters of the alphabet and a template for the helicopter design.
• A list of materials required.
• Email support if required.
• 31cm wide x 36cm high (12 1/8” x 14 1/8”)
• 3cm (1 1/8″) gusset
• Handles – 22cm (8 5/8″) drop
© 2011 Angel Lea Designs.
This pattern may not be sold, shared or distributed in any form.
If you would like to sell the bags you hand-make from this pattern, you may do so in limited numbers but design credit must be given to Angel Lea Designs. Other conditions also apply so please read my policies on my website, details of which will be provided in the pattern.
45cm (17.5”) fabric for outer bag
45cm (17.5”) fabric for lining
50cm (19 3/4”) fabric for handles
25cm (9 3/4”) fabric for pocket
Fabric scraps for applique
Light-weight fusible or non-fusible interfacing
Fusible webbing (for appliques)
Matching sewing thread
Sewing machine and general sewing supplies
Note: Requirements are based on fabric 112cm (44”) wide.
This pattern was easy to follow and produced a very nice looking bag. I did use fusible interfacing on the bag fabric as well as the lining fabric to make the bag a lot more sturdy.