This cute little patchwork and applique doll tote was inspired by my Italian designer tote from Rome. Nothing like having matching tote bags for me and my doll even at my age.
It is perfect to make out of left over doll dress fabrics to get that coordinated look and is much more stylish than a simple tote bag.
Even the patchwork option without applique looks great made out of jelly roll strips.
Using felt for the handle loops and tubes makes simple work of the complex design features.
The pattern has step by step instructions with diagrams and some photos. There are full size pattern pieces. The title page looks great in your iPad bookshelf but doesn't need to be printed out.
I have also included a line drawing design on a pattern envelope template so you can easily print out and make an envelope to keep your pattern pieces contained. Of course, I have included a dolly sized pattern envelope template for your doll to add to her collection.
See the free Fashion File No.1 for more bags to make with this pattern.
I have just discovered that I love to design doll clothes. Snugfit Anna Blouse is the first of many designs. I have a history of sewing for myself and then patchwork and quilting. I love a bargain so ...
I have just discovered that I love to design doll clothes. Snugfit Anna Blouse is the first of many designs. I have a history of sewing for myself and then patchwork and quilting. I love a bargain so the Snugfit range of pattern pieces are designed to mix and match and I enjoy the challenge of thinking up lots of ways to present the same design. Look out for Fashion Files with lots of ideas to get the most out of your patterns.View all patterns by designer (13) »