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(with flap down-)

Created using this Craftsy indie pattern

This project was made from an independent Craftsy designer's pattern:

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional, Classic, Modern, Whimsical, Eco-Friendly, Funky, Casual
Pam Sews on

What materials did you use? clear vinyl (12 gauge is good), bias binding, clips or clothespins

Pam Sews on

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Do not use a small stitch on this: you want the seams to stay strong, and too much perforation will weaken it. These can last for years. You need to already know how to bind and miter corners.

Pam Sews on

This pattern is designed by fellow wild woman Sandy S, and is a GREAT little tote for organizing your current project bits and pieces! It has two small front pockets over one large pocked all covered by a Velcro-ed flap. The assortment was made by club members (some ran off with theirs before they could join the photo!)

03/20/2014 Flag

I like your project - can think of many things to use it for. What kind of plastic did you use? A certain gauge or what? Great job.

04/30/2014 Flag

good question....had to dig out receipt! We used 12 gauge clear vinyl, ours was from JoAnns. Another member used a lighter gauge vinyl from WalMart which was clear with a white lace pattern on it. You have to stitch through 3 layers at the bottom part, plus binding, so this is as heavy as I would go. Don't forget to use a larger stitch (2.5 or so) so that you won't perforate it so much it tears. One we have has lasted for years...

05/03/2014 Flag