Easy Details Dress Up This Tote

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This handy tote bag is a great project for using up some of those leftover fabrics. The strips around the top of the bag are from a honey bun (1 1/2″ wide) but it wouldn’t take long to make your own strips from fabrics you have on hand.

Choose two coordinating fabrics, for the handles and the bottom of the bag, and for the tie and loop, to pull it all together.

Mill House Inn Tote Bag Pattern

This is a simple project that won’t take long to complete. Even so, the clever details dress it up and make the tote seem more complicated than it is.

Mill House Inn Tote Bag Pattern

Bag found on Pinterest.

Mill House Inn Tote Bag Pattern

Bag from Tango Treasures.

Mill House Inn Tote Bag Pattern

Bag by Nicole Willmore.

The size of this tote by designer is not specified but you can see by the picture that it’s generous without being over sized. Perfect!

Click here for the free “Mill House Inn Tote Bag” tutorial.


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