Slicker Tote

from Lazy Girl Designs

Slicker Tote Pattern

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Sewing: Slicker Tote
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Accessory

Item:

Bag

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Skill level: Confident Beginner
  • Rotary cut project, no pattern pieces provided.
  • Use 100% cotton quilting weight fabric with smooth surface. Ideal for strong, dynamic prints.
  • Not recommended for directional prints, heavy fabrics, denim or upholstery weight fabrics.

Pattern Description:

Laminate your favorite cotton print with our Slicker Iron-On Glossy Vinyl to create this beautiful tote. This simple straight forward pattern is a great project for the confident beginner. Fully lined, no pockets.

In the Slicker Tote, you'll learn how to:
- Work with Stiff Stuff interfacing
- Laminate your own fabric using Slicker
- Work with laminates
- Make 'wrap n fold' handles the Lazy Girl way
- Box the bottom of a bag

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The Slicker Tote pattern is in PDF format and is 4 pages of cover/instruction. This is a rotary cut design, no pattern pieces provided.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size 11" x 4 1/4" x 11 1/2

Materials:

  • 2/3 yard Bag Fabric (40-42" wide)
  • 2/3 yard Lining Fabric (40-42" wide)
  • 7/8 yard Slicker Iron-On Glossy Vinyl (SLG102) by Sew Lazy (17" wide)
  • 7/8 yard Stiff Stuff Firm (SLG107) sew-in interfacing by Sew Lazy (20" wide)

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 70/10 or 80/12 sewing machine needle recommended.
  • Clover 'Wonder Clips', binder clips, or clothes pins helpful in place of pins.

About Designer

About Designer

LazyGirlJoan on craftsy.com

Joan Hawley has enjoyed finding the easy way in sewing for more than 30 years. She fell in love with quilting and started Lazy Girl Designs in 1997. A self-described geek and armchair engineer, she loves creating new twists and techniques for sewing and quilting.

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