Simply Sew-By-Numbers for This Beautiful Bag

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Start with Jelly Roll Strips for a Quick and Easy Finish!

This beautiful bag is generously sized for use as a purse, for sewing supplies, shopping trips, and much more. Plus, it’s primarily made with 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips for quick construction.

Choose a combination of prints you love and add a coordinating band and an accent strip across the top. The bag is beautiful in any color combination and can be made fromĀ a new jelly roll or leftovers from your stash.

Sophie Tote Bag Pattern

Besides its charm, the bag is special because it’s practically foolproof. The body is constructed with Quilt-As-You-Go so it’s already quilted once the piecing is done.

The pattern comes with pre-printed batting along with webbing for the straps. Add fabric strips for the outside and a coordinating fabric for the lining, then follow the sew-by-numbers instructions. You’ll have a completed bag before you know it.

Sophie Tote Bag Pattern

Bag from an Amazon review.

Sophie Tote Bag Pattern

Bag from Shabby Fabrics.

Sophie Tote Bag Pattern

Bag from Shabby Fabrics.

The bag made by using the pattern kit from June Tailor is 15″ H x 14″ W x 4″ D.

Click here to purchase the “Sophie Tote Bag” pattern kit.


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