Everyone needs a classic tote in their life! The Atlanta Tote Bag features easy to construct pockets, amazing amounts of volume and some cute details that you won’t want to live without. It has a cute front zipper pocket with what must be the easiest construction ever! The results look super professional and the pattern guides you every step of the way with clear instructions and photos. There is a slip pocket on the back and two further slip pockets inside.
14” wide by 17” tall by 6” deep.
Intermediate – it is assumed that the sewer has some sewing knowledge.
- 20” light canvas fabric,
- 14” cork fabric for the base (or other fabric/material of your choice),
- 35” cotton fabric to coordinate for lining,
- 39” foam interfacing.
- One fat quarter of fusible interfacing for the inner slip pockets
- 80” cotton webbing for the strap, 1 ½” wide,
- One 6” metal zipper to coordinate,
- Two antique copper anorak studs
- Antique copper rivets
This is a measure and cut pattern which means that you don’t have any templates (pattern pieces) to print off and match up- Yay! You need a rotary cutter, ruler and cutting mat, and you can cut the pattern pieces straight from the fabric. This is easier than it sounds because the pieces are all simple squares and rectangles. You can transfer the cutting measurements to paper to create your own paper template/pattern piece if you prefer to use them.
Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper sewing pattern. Please download immediately after check out.