A Handy Tote for a Walker

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This tote will attach easily to a walker frame, providing space for carrying odds and ends. The large pocket will hold a project, book or magazine.





Tulip Tote for a Walker

The small attached tulip pocket will hold glasses, a cell phone or notepad and pen. The paper pieced tulip is lovely for gray days and spring. Another block can be substituted if you wish.

In fact, the entire pattern can be easily adjusted, perhaps making the tulip pocket larger or the main pocket deeper. Keep in mind the needs of the user and feel free to customize the tote as needed.

Men will appreciate this handy tote, too. Consider substituting a star or other block for the tulip and choose more masculine fabrics. Plaids, or fabric from an old favorite shirt would work nicely.

The finished tote from Connecting Threads is approximately 12 1/4″ x 16 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Tulip Walker Tote” PDF tutorial.

Then click the “Download Free Pattern” link in brown on the right side of the page, across from the project photo (or under it if you’re on your phone).

 

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