It Has Many Other Uses, Too!
Pieced apples decorate the side of this charming little bag. It’s perfect for toting your lunch, although it can be used for many other things, as well.
Any color theme is great for this project so choose a combination of prints you love. Start with fat quarters, scraps for the apples, and 1″ wide cotton web for the straps.
The bag can also be made without the pieced apples, if you prefer. Or, substitute other small blocks or even a lovely border stripe in that spot.
Learn more about this version here.
Learn more about this tote here.
Once completed, the bag designed by Lisa Cox, from A Spoonful of Sugar, is 6″ high x 9″ wide x 4 ½” deep (excluding the handles). Learn more about the tote here.
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