Charm pack tote bag

comments (5) January 11th, 2009 in gallery     

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MrsFins MrsFins, member
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I used this tote bag as a 'sampler' of the decorative stitches on my sewing machine. I quilted each square using a different stitch.  Lots of fun and good practice. I think it came out well.  I just love the new charm packs. So much variety and satifies my fabric cravings.


Pattern or design used: charm party tote bag
posted in: gallery, fabric, green, purse, handbag, tote, brown, cream, olive

Comments (5)

CindyInVirginia writes: This is a wonderful use for charm packs, and truly a lovely tote bag. I will definitely try this out. Thanks so much.
Posted: 5:48 am on April 8th
MrsFins writes: The fabrics for this bag were primarily a Moda charm pack. I think it was called something like Fig & Plum. I added the dark brown tone on tone.
Very easy and fun to make. If you put the decorative stitches on, only sew those on the outside layer, not through to the lining. See the pattern for more details.
Glad you like it.
Posted: 2:18 am on January 24th
Jeangirl83 writes: I love the bag i just finish one for Christmas they are so much fun!! Where did you get the stuff to make the bag?
love it!!!
Posted: 4:36 pm on January 15th
Sherrisews writes: What a wonderful way to show off those stitches! I will be making some placemats that showcase some of my machines stitches.....and now I MUST *borrow* your idea for a tote! If it's ok with you??? LOL

They say imitating is the best form of a compliment and I hope it rings true for this project :o)

I love it!
Sherri in TX
Posted: 10:17 pm on January 13th
LadyBee writes: This is absolutely lovely. I just recently started making tote bag and they are so much fun. Plan to buy a different machine soon so that I can learn to do decorative stitiches. Very nice..thanks for sharing.
Posted: 10:13 am on January 12th
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