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Must-Have Tote Bag Video Workshop

$3.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This tote bag tutorial is for a sturdy, reusable, and environmentally friendly tote bag that has unlimited uses! You can use this tote at a farmer's market, grocery store, for library books, a beach tote, or even as an everyday tote for a student. This pattern only requires 1 yard of fabric and coordinating thread. It's simple, yet professionally finished with french seams that give the entire interior of the bag a clean look. Only customers who purchase the tutorial will have access to the video tutorial. You will have unlimited access to the video tutorial and can watch it as many times as you want. The video is VERY thorough and walks you through every single step of making this tote bag. If you are a beginner sewist you should definitely tackle this project and you will amaze yourself! It is an easy project even for the most clueless beginner! This is like having a private lesson with me as many times as you want.... for only $3! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY how to sew straight stitches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS ~18" x 14.5"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 yard of home decor fabric, duck cloth or canvas, thread
  • 90/14 or 100/16 heavy duty needle
  • iron, pins

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Crafty Gemini
Crafty Gemini
While Vanessa Wilson has been crafting since she was a kid, she didn't get into sewing and quilting until she was 22 years old and in her second year of law school - but she's never looked back. You may recognize Vanessa as YouTube craft tutorial sensation Crafty Gemini. As an up-and-comer, Vanessa recently won a $35,000 grant from YouTube. A teacher at heart, she is currently an assistant professor in Santa Fe Community College's paralegal program. She lives on a farm in Gainesville, Fla., with her husband and two children. Although some people say she does it all (and she almost does), she admits that she cannot sing.