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Curlytopquilts on craftsy.com
Central Pennsylvania

I wanted to sew a quilt for my daughter when she was born. I bought a book that showed me how to quilt block by block. I fell in love with quilting and started experimenting. I have just recently ...

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Fat Quarter Tote

from Curlytop Quilts
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Fat Quarter Tote
Fat Quarter Tote
Fat Quarter Tote
Fat Quarter Tote
Fat Quarter Tote
Fat Quarter Tote

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing

Pattern Description:

I found a pattern that I liked online, but when I made it, it just wasn't what I wanted. So I began to experiment. I wanted a usable tote, but I wanted something quick, easy and that used materials I had on hand. This small tote is the result. I designed it to be just big enough!

There is room for a couple of diapers, wipes, a bottle and spit rag (for the mom that doesn't want the HUGE diaper bag)

It will hold a portable game system and several games (for the kids on the go)!

It will even hold your Kindle, Nook, or iPad.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • The bag is 9" tall, 7" wide and 4.5" deep


  • 2 fat quarters
  • batting (approx 12" x 25")

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • mat and rotary cutter
  • thread

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