Aivilo Ruffle Crayon Tote

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Aivilo Ruffle Crayon Tote Pattern


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Sewing: Aivilo Ruffle Crayon Tote
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be able to operate a sewing machine and sew a straight line. Step by step instructions are included for sewing the tote.

Pattern Description:

This pretty tote is perfect for girlie girls who love to color wherever they go. The feminine ruffles hide 9 crayon slots on each side, and little ones everywhere love the secret of having the crayons hidden away but so easily accessible.

ABOUT THIS PROJECT: These very easy instructions are great for those with at least basic sewing skills. There are 9 hidden crayon slots in the ruffles! Instructions are also given for a patch-style pocket inside. Bag measures 9" wide x 7" tall x 2 1/2" deep and stands on it's own.

Cutting instructions are included, not printable pattern pieces, so no printing is required!

3/4 yard focus fabric (lightweight quilting cottons / calico, without an obvious up or down pattern will work best) for exterior, bottom ruffle, straps and optional interior pocket
1/2 yard coordinating fabric for lining and top ruffle
1/2 yard fusible fleece interfacing (Pellon 987F is recommended but any fusible fleece at least 40" wide should work fine.)
erasable marker or pencil

About Designer

About Designer

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My goal is to make sewing FUN and frustration-free for all who use my patterns. Aivilo patterns are written in everyday English, as if a friend were telling you how to sew, with full color photos illustrating the process step-by-step. Each pattern is tested by a panel of sewists of many skill levels - to ensure the instructions are clear so you can enjoy a frustration-free sewing experience. ...

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