Pretty Patchwork Totes to Make from Scraps

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Easy Bags That go Together in Next to No Time!

These pretty patchwork bags are perfect for using up scraps and other goodies in your stash. Plus, they are nicely sized and can be used for just about anything.





Select a pretty combination of strips and set them off with decorative bands and handles. The totes will be wonderful in any pleasing color combination.

Library Totes Tutorial

The bags are fully lined and you can add a pocket or two inside if you want.

Once you get started you may want to make more than one. They’ll make wonderful and useful gifts.

The instructions, from Sue Pfau of Sweet Jane’s Quilting and Design, are for totes that are 9 1/2″ H x 11″ W x 4″ D.

Click here for the free “Library Tote” tutorial.

 

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