Instructions are Included to Make it the Size You Want!
Do you have a pretty orphan block that you just can’t decide what to do with? Turn it into a tote bag with these easy instructions.
This will work with any size block, although sizes between 6″ and 12″ are best. It’s a great project for using an extra trial block, or for those who are new to quilting and want a simple project.
The instructions, provided by Ann from Michael Ann Made for Sew Mama Sew, can be adapted to the size and shape you want for the finished tote. Once you have the dimensions decided you’ll have this easy tote finished before you know it.
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