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Tinker Tote QAYG Bag

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Tinker Tote

Created in this Craftsy Course

Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags taught by Tara Rebman

Add spontaneous piecing to your bag of quilting tricks and make a beautiful patchwork tote designed by Tara Rebman.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual, Funky
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What materials did you use? selection of fat quarters, batting, lining etc

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What are you most proud of? The bias binding and stitching all that bias in place, without too much repeating of seams.

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Lovely!

09/30/2013 Flag

Thank you.

10/01/2013 Flag

So pretty. Nice gift!!

10/01/2013 Flag

Thank you, was fun to make.

10/01/2013 Flag

Thank you for posting a picture of the inside - it looks as though the bag is bigger than I thought it was. I like your colours, and I think it's rather elegant! Well done!

10/25/2013 Flag

Thank you. I did include more pockets than the original pattern. It is a big bag, 24x24 in total. Have now made two of them.

10/26/2013 Flag

Hi Cari, great bag! I have a question re: your pockets... did you use the decor bond? Also how does it work with the pockets going all the way to the bottom of the lining when you sew everything together? I'm making my 2nd tt, for my mom, as a knitting bag & wanted to do a longer & deeper pocket, similar to yours. Would love any tips! Thnx! :)

05/05/2014 Flag

Hello Meredith, with the pockets I cut a piece of fabric the width of the bag and double the height of my pocket choice. eg: 24 x 20. I did line the pocket but with a light interfacing, not the deco bond. Press the interfacing on and then fold the height down, with ragged edge to the bottom. I made 2 pockets per bag & sewed them together in the middle to make extra pockets. I only used fusible fleece for my bag lining, so everything sewed together really well. Oh and my name is actually Anita, I used the valley I live in as part of my craftsy name.

05/09/2014 Flag