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Emme Purse and Tote Bundle


Skill Level


Skills Needed

  • Construction
  • Fundamentals
  • Hand Sewing
  • Pockets
  • Topstitching
  • Zipper

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Pattern Details

Emme is a tote or hand bag with self-lined interior and exterior pockets. The shoulder strap may be either sewn on or detachable. The finished shoulder strap is 42”, and can be lengthened or shortened as desired. You may use a purchased shoulder strap in place of the fabric as shown in the photos. The zippered closure is optional, but recommended. View one is a simple bag without an exterior pocket. View two has a contrast front and back, while view three has two exterior contrast pockets and a contrast gusset. The interior features a zippered pocket, and divided pockets in two sizes. All pockets are optional and may be arranged as desired. See the photos for the possible pocket arrangements. Pockets may be placed on one or both sides of the interior and arranged the way you wish. Views one and three may have a clear vinyl overlay for durability. Recommended Fabrics: quilter’s cotton, broadcloth, canvas, lightweight denim, duck, chintz, lightweight vinyl or home decor weight for the outer. Broad cloth or lightweight cotton for the lining. Use the appropriate needles and interfacing for your fabric choice. Approximate finished measurements: Large Bag, 11” w x 14” L and 3" D, Small bag, 8.5” w x 11” L and 2" D. Measurements do not include the length of the shoulder strap.

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You may see all of my pattern designs at All of my patterns are organized into categories and the links will take you here to purchase. My sales prices are exclusively on Craftsy. I began sewing as a child. Eventually, friends and family encouraged me to sell clothing. From there, I began to design my own patterns. Additionally, I have taught beginner and intermediate sewing and pattern making. When I am not drafting and testing patterns, I also offer custom labels and printing for other small businesses. My sewing and label making businesses are known as "Designing Twining" on the web, Facebook and Etsy. Interested in sewing classes? Visit