The Field Study Tote Folds-over to adapt to your needs. This versatile bag features a zippered top closure with handles that fold down, allowing you to carry your essentials with ease. There’s a back pocket with a magnetic snap closure for easy access. Inside there’s a zippered pocket and a padded slip pocket sized to fit a tablet. As needed, the Field Study Bag expands to a tote with a removable shoulder strap, ready to handle whatever your day brings.
Skill Level: Eager Intermediate
You have taken a few sewing classes or have sewn from a sewing pattern before. You’ve completed several projects and are eager to try new techniques.
Digital Pattern Details: Printable PDF instructions include color photographs, pattern templates, detailed diagrams, glossary and all the assembly directions you’ll need to make the Field Study Tote.
Finished Dimensions: 17” H x 16” W x 2” D
Materials you’ll need to make the Field Study Tote:
¾ yards of 44” -60” mid-weight Main fabric such as canvas, wool suiting, home dec
½ yard 45” mid-weight Accent A fabric for the lower panel such corduroy or waxed canvas.
½ yard Accent B fabric for handles (canvas or twill) -or- 3 ¼ yards of webbing, 1 ¼” wide
1 ½ yard 44” wide lightweight lining fabric like quilting cotton
1 yard 45” wide fusible fleece
2 yards 20” wide cotton woven interfacing, such as Shape Flex® SF101
9″ nylon zipper for interior pocket
14″ zipper for top of bag
(2) 1 ¼” d-rings
(2) 1″ d-rings
(2) 1 ¼” swivel clips
(1) 1 ¼” slider buckle
(1) ½” magnetic snap
1” x 2” piece of Velcro