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A cute little bird sitting on a branch makes this tote especially charming. Plus, the tote is nicely sized to carry a lot, whether you’re heading to quilting class, shopping or just have a busy day planned.
Choose an attractive tone-on-tone fabric for the body of the bag. Dig into your scraps for the rest. The bag is a simple one to make and fusible applique makes the bird and tree go quickly.
Fusible fleece gives the bag structure. A piece of plastic canvas mesh or heavyweight interfacing strengthens the bottom of the bag.
The finished bag, designed by Chris Malone, is 12″ x 14″ x 3″.
You’ll find the “Little Birdie Tote” pattern in Quilts You Can Make in an Afternoon.
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