Make a Generously Sized Tote from Jelly Roll Strips

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Strip Piecing Makes It An Easy Project!

Jelly roll strips (2 1/2″) are strip pieced for a large, roomy tote that’s perfect for when you need to haul a lot. Use it for your quilting supplies, trips to the beach and other outings.

It’s a simple bag to complete. It’s lined and has two pockets but there are no zippers to deal with.

Streak of Lightening Patchwork Tote Pattern

Put together a nice combination of jelly roll strips from your stash or choose a new jelly roll that’s already color coordinated. The bag will be wonderful in any color theme.

Streak of Lightening Patchwork Tote Pattern

The finished tote, designed by Sweet Jane, is 15” h x 19” w x 6 1/2”d.

Click here to purchase the “Streak of Lightening Patchwork Tote Bag” pattern.


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