The patchwork in the bag from Tilda Studio is the same as that used in their “Painting Flowers” quilt. Both are free tutorials.
Wouldn’t it be fun to make the quilt and use the bag for carrying it to picnics, fireworks and star gazing outings?
A second version of the bag made in another fabric line is just as charming. It gives you an idea of how lovely the bag is, regardless of the colors and fabrics you choose.
The following version is by Sedef from Down Grapevine Lane, who says:
“I’m so very proud of this project not only because I totally love the bag and will be using it every day, but it’s also the very first bag I’ve ever made (not counting pouches). Yes, that’s right. For some reason I’ve been utterly terrified of bags, their construction looks so bewildering but in actual fact it was easy peasy. Truly. I highly recommend the tutorial (below) if you are new to bags – it’s a great introduction.”
Note: Measurements in illustrations use an apostrophe (,) where we usually see a period. For example, 6,5 translates to 6.5 inches.