|Format||PDF (Download Only)|
|Author||Sarah Gilbert Designs|
This eBook contains step-by-step instructions on how to make the "Marvellous Mouse Designs All-Purpose Tote".
This is a great way to make a unique tote that has unlimited uses. They make wonderful daiper bags, toddler bags, school bags, library bags, beach bags, as well as fresh and stylish totes for women.
The "Boutique All-Purpose Tote" is easy to construct, requires a moderate amounte of fabric, notions, and investment of your time. It is appropriate for the beginner to the advanced sewer. Basic sewing knowledge is required to complete this project.
Finished dimensions: 10"H x 15"W x 4.5"D
26 instructional pages
51 instructional photos
easy to follow instructions
Love the pattern. So much you can do with this bag.
This pattern was easy to follow and clear on instructions.
Love this pattern! Soo easy and always comes out perfect.
I am getting started on Christmas early this year. I hope anyway, purchasing the patterns are the first step right? This is so easy to make, very clear precise instructions for each step. Love it! Would recommend for anyone.
I use this one a lot and it seems to be a favorite amongst knitters and crafters. It's a great tote and I love making it reversible! My grandma has really enjoyed hers!!
Such as easy bag to make. Great directions!!
Great! Pattern was easy to follow and tote turned out nice.
I bought this ebook to make Christmas presents for my children's teachers and our ladies' church party. They couldn't have been a bigger hit! Once I paid attention to the directions, instead of thinking I could do it by myself, :) it was incredibly easy to make these handbags. Many thanks to Marvelous Mouse for her great ebook!
This e-pattern was very clear and easy to follow. I made a really cute tote for my mom for Mother's Day. I did make one change. The width called for for the straps was way too thin in my opinion so I added 1" to the width of each. That means you would need a 18 x 24" piece of fabric for the upper border and straps rather than 18x22". I would recommend this pattern.