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1 Hour Quilted Tote Bag FREE sewing pattern

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1 Hour Quilted Tote Bag FREE pattern

{UPDATE – This pattern was available on BluPrint (old Craftsy), but since the new Craftsy has started, they are no longer including the small designers sewing pattern marketplace. We’ve not been able to find this pattern available anywhere else to link to, but we’ll keep trying. We are sorry, sometimes things like this happen which are outside of our control.}

Are you ready to make a Quilted Tote Bag that’s the ideal size for your sewing tools, a small gift or even your lunch?

We’re excited to share a Quilted Tote Bag tutorial for beginners or anyone looking for a fun and rewarding sewing project you can whip up in just an hour! You can easily make this bag with fabric from your stash and create a useful Tote Bag that is fun to make and keep or give away as a lovely gift.

1 Hour Quilted Tote Bag FREE pattern

This Quilted Tote Bag features a full lining and a quilted outer panel to give the bag a really nice structure.

When you have finished making yourself a Quilted Tote Bag it will measure approximately 13″ tall with a 13″ wide opening, when flattened.

If you want to add this pdf pattern to your collection then you can click on the button below and sew up your new bag in about an hour!

1 Hour Quilted Tote Bag FREE pattern

What you will need to make the Quilted Tote Bag in one hour:

  • Outer Fabric: Print A – Two pieces 15″ wide by 8″ tall,
  • Print B: Two pieces 15″ wide by 8″ tall,
  • Two pieces 15″ by 15″ of lining fabric,
  • Two pieces 15″ by 15″ of batting,
  • Two pieces 3″ by 14″ of handle fabric,
  • Basic sewing supplies,
  • A sewing machine.

We love the fabric choices and prices here.

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