Make your own custom tote using your favorite fabrics and colors. Clear and complete instructions take you step-by-step through the process of quilting, cutting, marking and sewing.
1. Pick a size — medium, large, or extra-large.
2. Choose a handle length — short for hand-carrying or long for carrying over the shoulder.
3. Decide whether you want the security of an easy zipper closure or an open top. Then, sew and go!
The optional zipper is easy to install and opens to fall flat against the bag giving full access to the interior space.
Each tote has two outer slip pockets for quick access to cell phone, keys, and more. Rather than inner pockets, THIS pattern includes instructions for removable see-through zippered project bags.
Quick and easy to make and sized to fit perfectly inside each tote, they will keep your supplies organized yet easy to find and access.
The pattern includes instructions for totes in three sizes:
Medium: 13"W x 12"H x 4"D Large: 18"W x 15"H x 7"D Extra-large: 20"W x 17"H x 10"D
NOTE: The medium tote is the size of a fairly standard tote bag. The large tote is a great size for taking to guild meetings. It will hold a couple of small quilts for show and tell. The extra-large tote is humongous! It will hold a queen-sized quilt and quilting hoop or lots of supplies for a retreat. Pick the size that works best for you.
Annie prefers to use 100% polyester Soft and Stable™ in place of batting in these totes. Not only is the Soft and Stable™ very lightweight, but it holds its shape very nicely and really makes a professional looking bag.
Orders normally ship the next business day, but some will ship same day depending on when the order was submitted.
We ship through the US Postal Service. Depending on the weight of your order your order will ship by 1st Class Mail or Priority Mail.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product(s) and get a full refund.
You can return a product for up to 60 days from the date you purchased it.
Totally Trendy Totes 2.0 sewing pattern by Annie Unrein1