This Beautiful Bag is Super Easy to Make

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Carry Everyday Essentials With Style!

Three Log Cabin blocks stitch up quickly into a beautiful bag that can substitute for a purse. Roomy pockets and a shoulder strap make it perfect for everyday use. The large accent button is a lovely touch and holds the bag closed.

This is a quick project that even beginning quilters can have finished up in a few hours. Choose fabrics in your favorite colors to make the bag uniquely yours. You may even want to make more than one to go with special outfits or to use during the various seasons. This will make a wonderful gift, too.

Quilted Purse Pattern

The bag, from Tulip Square, is about 12 inches wide and 11 inches tall when finished – large enough for all the essentials.

Click here to purchase the “Tulip Square” bag pattern.

Quilted Purse Pattern



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