Nov 8, 2010

Baskets and Handbags - Patterns and Tutorials

Denim Tote with Leather handles

This rugged denim bag looks amazing.  I love the leather handles, and the raw salvage top. 

Between the lines has a great tutorial here 

Old Dress Shirt - New Bag

Recycle and old favorite linen, cotton or dress shirt into a new bag.

I love this rustic linen bag.   
Makes me think of the Sundance catalog.

Between the lines has a great tutorial here

 Large roomy - simple to make Bag. 

I love the size of this bag.  
It is the perfect size for carrying a laptop. 

Easy to make if you use tea towels as this bag is 

Visit Made By Jill for the tutorial 

Canvas Boat Tote with an interior Pouch

Rugged and well made of heavy canvas.  
Deeper than most bags - great for shopping or as a library bag.

A free Amy Butler Bag Pattern

This offers both a handbag and shoulder bag option.   Multiple pockets in the main compartment help you keep 
everything organized.

Visit Sew Mama Sew for the free pattern 
and tutorial. 

Heavy Duty Tote 

This bag is 14 x 11 x 3 1/2
with one exterior and two interior pockets - one zippered. 
It is designed for rugged wear with two layers of fabric at the bottom
and straps that won't rip off. 

Here's the link: 

A Burlap Tote with Shabby Rose

This bag is inexpensive, fun and easy to make. 
Check out the big selection of burlap at Hobby Lobby.

Pattern and Tutorial at this Link:

Crafty Fabric Basket 

Love this bag/ basket.   Great for carrying needle crafts. 
This bagsket stands up on it's own with a roomy interior and lots of pockets to keep everything organized. 

Approximate finished size is 8 inches in diameter, 
and 8 1/2 inches tall. 

The pattern can also be adjusted to 12 inches. 

I Love this bag

A Diaper Bag with an Interior Divider

This is a BIG bag, measuring 19 x 12 x 6
A new mom, looking for a large bag and unable to find it 
made her own pattern and shares it with us!
If you have a baby, and want ONE bag to carry everything. 
This is the bag for you.    Here's the link: 

How to make a Fabric Bowl

The method to make this bowl is basically the same method used 
to make a rag rug.  Except for a bowl you curve it up as you sew.
Very fun to make and cute for a sewing room.

Here is the tutorial

A Lined Fabric Basket

I really like the form of a basket combined with the 
softness of fabric.   - keeps everything neat and easy to find. 

Here is the tutorial, pattern Link : 

Spring Form Fabric Buckets

This buckets collapse for easy storage. 
Great for organizing and storing sewing supplies

or hair ribbons and bow. 

Here the pattern and tutorial link:

Nursery Collapsable Storage Baskets 

Make these soft fabric baskets, use them to organize
diapers and baby supplies.   Then when not in use, collapse and 
store them away until they are needed again! 

Here is the Pattern and Tutorial Link: 

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