I have been "crafting" since I can remember. From my finger painting days creating works of art to decades later with painting, quilting, cross-stiching, furniture making, and dabbling in making ...
I have been "crafting" since I can remember. From my finger painting days creating works of art to decades later with painting, quilting, cross-stiching, furniture making, and dabbling in making clothes, I love it all! I enjoy a challenge and learning new techniques, tips and trying new things.View all patterns by designer (1) »
I designed this for my little girl when she advanced to her "big" class at church. She loved to put her snacks, handouts and her toddler bible in it and felt so grown up when she took it with her. She especially loved her initials on her tote as she was learning her alphabet. After many requests I decided to make the pattern available for others to make their own custom toddler tote.
This mini child's tote is great for toddlers. It is just the right size to carry little toys, a blankie, snacks, books, and just about anything your little one treasures. Rick rack adds a little whimsy and fun to this tote. Make it with modern, sweet, bold, prints, or solid fabric. The addition of the scalloped applique and monogram makes this a one-of-a-kind tote for that special little one.
This is a PDF sewing pattern
12 pages with over 25 photos and diagrams
Full size applique and alphabet patterns
Recommended fabrics: medium weight cottons
No exposed seams
Difficulty level: Easy - helpful tips throughout