The Stitch-along Tote is the perfect hold-all for stitching on the go. There’s plenty of room for your needlework, materials, tools, instructions and more. The tote is designed with a roll-down cuff, creating a bin that stands up with wide-open access to your supplies. Interior has 2 large divided pockets and a magnetic snap closure. Instructions include a large and small size to fit the scale of your handiwork! This pattern is part of my Make New or Make Do™ sewing pattern collection.
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
You are familiar with your sewing machine and have taken a sewing class or have learned to sew from a book or video. You have successfully sewn a few small projects and are ready to learn more.
Digital Pattern Details: Printable PDF instructions include color photographs, pattern templates, diagrams, glossary and all the assembly directions you’ll need to make both sizes of the Stitch-along Tote.
Large: 18″ W x 13″ H x 6″ D
Small: 15″ W x 12″ H x 4″ D
Materials you’ll need to make the Stitch-along Tote:
45” wide Main fabric (Light to mid-weight fabrics, such as quilting cottons, twill canvas, decorator fabrics, linens.)
⅓ yd Contrast A (for front panels)
⅓ yd Contrast B (for front panels)
½ yd Contrast C (for top cuff)
½ yd Contrast D (for straps)
½ yd of 45” wide Lining fabric (Light weight fabrics, such as quilting cottons, broadcloth and shirting)
2 yd of 20” wide woven cotton fusible interfacing
½ yd cotton batting
8 ½” x 11″ piece of Timtex™ or similar extra heavy stabilizer
1 magnetic snap, ½” diameter