Odekake Tote

Odekake is a Japanese word for going for a little walk, and this easy and quick-to-make quilted tote is perfect for touring around town.
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Odekake is a Japanese word for going for a little walk, and this easy and quick-to-make quilted tote is perfect for touring around town. It's also a great way to use your favorite fabric straps in clever, unevenly laid-out appliqués.

Originally Published: Stitch Fall 2009.

Details

Finished Size:

About 13 1/2" long x 11 1/2" wide without handles. With handles, the bag is about 22" in height.

Fabric Requirements:

- 1/2 yd of 45" wide kona cotton for shell top (Main)

- 1/4 yd of natural linen for shell base (Contrast A)

- 1/2 yd of 45" wide print cotton for lining (Contrast B)

- 1/8 yd of 45" wide print cotton for lining handles (Contrast D)

- 8 different fabric scraps (cotton and/or linen prints work great; at least 1 1/4" x 10" - 14")

See project for complete supply list and notions.

Originally Published: in Stitch Fall 2009.

SKU: EP2829

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ayumi Takahashi

Format: eProject