Perfect for Quilters, Crafters, Students, Travelers … Anyone Who Needs an Organizer Tote!
This cleverly designed bag was made for quilters to haul tools and supplies to classes and sewing groups. It opens into a “box” that’s handy for collecting all those little things you use while working that tend to get misplaced.
“The Box” is a handy main feature. (My sewing friends named it that.) When open, you have a large, shallow, four-sided front piece that will securely hold frequently used items that stay conveniently within reach and are easy to see to grab. Small items won’t scoot off the table.
But, anyone who needs an organizer bag will love this for keeping everything handy, and will appreciate how compact it is once closed.
For example, the “Bionic Gear Bag” operates as a mobile desk drawer for students and business people, and fits on an airplane tray table. Fill it with makeup and jewelry, make it into a first aid kit, tuck it in a child’s backpack to contain the little stuff, carry art and craft supplies, electronic gizmos … well, you’re sure to think of many uses for this bag, and many people to give one to.
Purposefully designed compartments to store specific things safely & securely. Zipper ends are secured within the seams for a durable, clean, finished look. Opens quickly to expose everything you need. No digging for things.
Extensive, clear instructions by designer Rip Stitcher mean even a novice who is comfortable with their machine can make this.
Approximate measurements of the finished bag:
- Closed: 5″ in diameter, 16″ circumference, 9.5″ wide
- Fully Open: 9.5″ wide, 10″ deep (front to back), 4.25″ tall
- Nine compartments, four with zippers.
A free dumpling dish pattern is included (perfect for quilt clips).
A companion needle wallet pattern is also available.
Click here to learn more about the dumpling dish and needle wallet.
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