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Sassy Patchwork Tote

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Author AggieRay Designs
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by Orme, Janet
on January 4th, 2012

“Easy patterns for little girls to learn sewing on a machine.”

The Sassy Patchwork Tote can be made by the beginner to intermediate sewer. Once you understand the concept of making the Tote, the possibilities are endless! The size can be altered by cutting your fabric strips shorter, wider or longer! There are endless fabric combinations for this Tote. You can use it as a diaper bag, tote or a brief case, depending on your needs.

The pattern has 62 clear pictures and 24 pages of detailed instructions throughout to help you from start to finish. You can EMAIL me with any questions you may have in the process!

Measurements of finished bag: 9" high 18" wide x 3?

24 pages
62 easy to follow photographs

Material Required:

Front: 6 Strips (6 @ 1/4 yd each)
Back: (1/2 yd)
Gusset (sides and bottom): 1 Strip (1/4 yd)
2 Handles: (I used 22”) (1/4 yd)
Complimentary Lining Fabric: (1/2 yd)
Medium Fusible interfacing: (1 yd)
Fusible Fleece: (1 yd)
Fusible Fleece for Handles: 2 Strips 1” x length of handle
Super Heavy Stabilizer (Liked Cardboard: I used Peltex®): (1/4 yd)

Copyright

2008 AggieRay Designs. All rights reserved. This pattern may not be reproduced for educational purposes or any purposes outside of this project download without the permission of AggieRay Designs.

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by Orme, Janet
on January 4th, 2012

Easy patterns for little girls to learn sewing on a machine.

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