Lines and Circle Bag Sewing Pattern

Use this small tote as the perfect errand or everyday bag.
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Description

Use this small tote as the perfect errand or everyday bag. The design makes use of every inch of a fat quarter, and the unlined bag uses a smart ribbon facing technique. You’ll wow with an edge decoration made by stitching felt motifs within the seam allowance.


FABRIC
— Main: Fat quarter of print fabric (See
Notes below) (shown: Tangerine)
— One 7" × 7" piece of wool felt


NOTES

— Seam allowances are 5/8" unless
otherwise noted.
— If using a fat quarter, the easiest
way to cut is as follows: Fold in half
lengthwise and measure 14" from
one narrow edge. Cut across at the
14" line. Press fold and then cut
along the fold to make two 14" × 11"
pieces. The remaining piece is
22" × 4". Cut this in half lengthwise
to make two 22" × 2" pieces.
— Add interfacing for a stiffer bag.


OTHER SUPPLIES

— Template:
— Circle (A)
— 22" of ribbon, ¾" to 1" wide


FINISHED SIZE
9¾" × 12¾"

SKU: EP9818

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ruth Singer

File Type: PDF

Format: Pattern