Quilted Cosmetic Case / Ditty Bag

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Quilted Cosmetic Case / Ditty Bag Pattern


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Quilting: Quilted Cosmetic Case / Ditty Bag
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • confident sewing on machine
  • mastered basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

If you like to sew and are a confident beginner or experienced quilter, this is a fun project for you!

Make one for yourself or make one as a personal gift for a friend!

Need to be inspired? Click the 'link to article' above for a gallery of pictures.

The PDF contains the sewing intructions to make this quilted 'Ditty Bag'. Complete, step by step, easy to read instructions are included, with color photos.

Possible Uses:
Cosmetic Bag
Small Toiletry Case
Pencil Bag
Sewing Kit
Baby creams / necessities
Case for your electronics accessories cords etc.
Travel case for small items

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8" x 3" x 4"


  • various fabric scraps
  • 14" zipper
  • 13 x 13 batting
  • 1 yard ribbon

You Will Also Need:

  • rotary cutter and mat
  • scissors
  • thread
  • sewing machine

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
Maribel4258 on craftsy.com

Excellent Fast and easy project  October 25, 2012

This project is for the people that want to experience a completed project. I quilt. Quilts take from 6 months to possibly 5 years to see completed. Have fun and practice all your sewing and quilting skills. I used ribbon i had and stitched on them and customized it. I will be making a crazy quilt pattern and use several of my machines built in stitches to fancy it up. Have fun and let the creative juices flow....<><

About Designer

About Designer

Sherri Noel on craftsy.com
by Sherri Noel
East Coast, Massachusetts
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I have been sewing for most of my life. Lucky for me, my mother owned a sewing machine and I started altering my own clothes as a teenager. When I graduated, my parents bought me my own sewing machine and I caught the quilting 'bug'. With two very talented grandmothers before me who held such talents as knitting, sewing and painting, as well as grandfathers who were master craftsmen it's no ...

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