Make a Pretty Tote from Scraps

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It’s An Easy Project and Fun to Take with You!

A pretty tote makes any outing more fun and this one is a delight. It’s great for toting projects or other necessities as you go through your busy days.

Thin scraps are used for the patchwork. A linen- or chambray-look solid is a nice complement.

Scrap Tote Bag Sewing Pattern

Scraps in any color theme will be great. Have fun selecting fabrics and enjoy your beautiful new bag.

The bag pattern is excerpted from Retro Mama Scrap Happy Sewing by Kim Kruzich. You can purchase the book with 18 delightful projects here.

Click here to purchase the “Scrap Tote Bag” pattern.


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