This Tote is Great for Sewing Supplies and Much More

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It’s Sized to Hold a Lot!

This generously sized tote has plenty of pockets around the outside to keep things organized. While it makes a great garden tote, it’s perfect for quilt supplies and other uses.

Choose fabrics you love for your own version. Four coordinating prints were used in the example. Go ahead and choose fabrics in styles and colors that you love.

Chelsea Tote Bag Pattern

A stiff fusible interfacing, such as Decor Bond, provides structure for the bag. The interior and pockets are fully lined.

The finished tote, from Northcott Studio, is 22 ½ ” W x 18 ¼ ” H.

Click here for the free “Chelsea Tote Bag” pattern.

Fabrics used in the tote shown above are available here while supplies last.

 

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