Friday, 3 January 2014

A Quilted Tote

This lovely tote at A Bright Corner led me to Jedi Craft Girl's tutorial for making a quilted tote bag.  I modified the dimensions slightly so that I could use a metric fat quarter.  I love the bag but it's a bit large for me for everyday use, if I make another one I'd make it a little smaller.

I straight line quilted the top half in horizontal lines, that are kind of evenly spaced (yep, still too lazy to mark them out) and for the bottom half I just did crazy straight lines in red thread - I love the effect of the quilting on the bottom half, it reminds me of that ping pong-type computer game from waaaaaaay back.


The pockets use leftover scrap pieces from the outer FQ, perfect size for a pen!  So by using those scrappy pieces I'm calling this project 20 of Scraps 101.  Yay for scraps!




Linking up to:
Finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts
Can I get a Whoop Whoop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict

9 comments:

  1. Love it and love the quilting and colors!

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  2. I love these. I especially love the red quilting.

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  3. Really like the red quilting! Very clever.

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  4. Nice! I really like that quilting on it!

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  5. That's a great bag, it'd be great for a new mom as a diaper bag.

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  6. Love that red thread quilting. Fun bag!

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  7. Love the tote! One of my goals is to make a tote in 2014! Yours is great!

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