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A trip to the library, the farmer's market, or your local quilt shop isn't complete without an adorable handmade tote! And this one only takes a few hours!...
Two fat quarters = four mini treat bags. Fill them with yummy goodies for the holiday season! Get the treat...
Keep all your bedtime essentials close at hand with a caddy made from a fringed table runner.
We don't know which is more fun -- choosing fabric for this gift bag or shopping for the gift it'll contain!
Stitch this festive fabric bag that’s big enough to hold a small quilt or treasured find—and not only is it a gift bag, it doubles as a pillowcase for a standard-size pillow.
Combine precut fabrics into strip sets and fashion a tote in a flash.
Sewing laminates and zippers are a breeze with these tips from Jennifer Keltner and Jill Mead.
Add a retail detail to your next bag project by reinforcing the handles. It's a simple way to add durability to your finished project.
Make this simple tote bag along with Linda Augsburg.
Combine tropical prints for a vacation bag that easily stores travel essentials. Fabrics are from the Acreage collection by Shannon Gillman Orr for Moda Fabrics...
Do you love the look of a patchwork tote but don’t want to take the time to piece one? Use a preprinted panel instead! This tote is a terrific take-along to a sewing retreat or knitting get-...
You can create this scrappy Log Cabin tote from 5” squares in a weekend’s time! Fabrics are from the Vintage Shirting & Dress Prints 1880–1910 collection by Barbara J. Eikmeier for...
Sew a few seams and insert a zipper (we’ll show you how) to make each of these cute pouches in very little time.
Love those whimsical prints with a look from a bygone era? Use them to sew up bags that are just as good as the gifts inside!
With no batting, these small shopping totes are easy to roll up and go.
Sew and flip fabric strips to a muslin foundation for an eclectic bag with a decidedly feminine flair.
The only trouble you’ll have with this fun-to-sew, reversible, tie-closure bag is deciding which way to wear it. Printed stripes provide the look of pieced strips in a fraction of the time.
Combine fat quarters to make a functional and stylish market bag. Fabrics are from the Fresh Pick collection by Susy Pilgrim Waters for P&B Textiles.
Start with an ombré fabric to make this quick-and-easy tote bag. Fabrics are from the Color Me Happy collection by Vanessa Christenson of V and Co. for Moda...
Stitch up a knockout tote that’s sturdy, roomy, and just plain adorable.
Sew this attractive laptop bag for a friend, then reward yourself by making one to keep.
Stitch a handy thread catcher for your serger! The no-slip mat will keep your thread catcher—and your machine—in place while sewing.
Use double-face prequilted fabric to make two bags, which give you the option of carrying a lot or just a little. Fabrics are from the Morriston collection by ...
Stitch up a take-along bag that’s the perfect size for a day full of fun.
Starting with reversible prequilted fabric makes these bags easy to whip up and gives them a more defined shape.