You might know how to make a patchwork quilt, but do you know how to make a patchwork tote? Designer Maria Pate likes the challenge of incorporating non-traditional materials, such as leather, into patchwork designs like this one - Lavender and Leather quilted tote.
Take it to the beach or on a plane, for an overnight trip, in the car for snacks and toys, to quilt shows and guild meetings-you'll find dozens of uses. This project comes together quickly using 5" charm squares and 2½"-wide strips in bright, summer prints. Digital pattern available! Find this project in Quilting Quickly Fall '14.
Get in on the latest fashion craze by stitching your own designer-style tote bag. These make great gifts for Mother's Day or graduation and are perfect for a new mother to use as a diaper bag. Size is 17" wide X 14" tall.
This great bag is just the right size to tote your 18" x 24" cutting mat and 24"-long rulers to your next quilt workshop. The exterior pockets easily accommodate a rotary cutter and other supplies. Designed by Jean Nolte. Bag size is 26" X 20 1/2" Please note that this is a digital pattern and the download is only $5!
Enjoy the Tool Bag digital pattern from Love of Quilting November/December 2011 issue. Use double faced quilted fabric to make this reversible tool bag to take to your next quilting workshop or retreat. Project designed by Linda McGehee. Project size: 13" x 14" x 5 1/2" Project Rating: Intermediate. Only $5 for the digital pattern.