A Great Project for Leftover Jelly Roll Strips!
Jelly roll strips come together beautifully in this colorful tote. One jelly roll will make several totes or use up leftovers from your stash. Bright, playful fabrics are wonderful, but make yours in whatever colors and fabric styles you prefer.
The tote’s large size makes it super handy. Haul around hand sewing, library books, clothes for an overnight stay or even groceries. You’re sure find many uses for this wonderful tote. It makes a welcome gift, too, so you may want to make more than one while you’re at it.
The bag has a good number of handy pockets on the inside. One is zippered, plus the width of the open-top pockets can be adjusted to fit your phone and etc.
The finished tote, from Marion of MyQuiltDiet.blogspot.com, is 11″ tall by 17″ wide. The bottom of the bag is 5.25″ wide.
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