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Sew I Can Go Tote


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  • Topstitching

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This bag was born out of necessity. I needed a tote that could house all my many crafting projects from needle felting to drawing. The only thing that I saw remotely available was a diaper bag. After deciding that a puffy laminated bag wasn't for me I got straight to work. This bag isn't for a beginner, just want to get that out of the way. There is one tricky part which is the front pockets. There is a detailed pleat and two floating pockets. For the more advance you could easily do a zipper. Once past that pockets A it's smooth sailing. There is 6 exterior pockets and 14 interior pockets which includes 4 pin pockets or knitting needle pockets. I wrote a blog post including my pictures with my haul and those of my testers. You can read about it here: themeanprincess.wordpress.coml This pattern includes 43 pages of colored pictures and step by step instructions, along with some digital drawings and the pattern pieces for cutting. You need to have basic sewing skills such as knowing how to use a sewing machine. You should know skills like basted, gathering, topstitching, etc. All images and pattern pictures are the property of (c)TheMeanPrincess I am always available by mail at the.mean.princess at gmail dot com My blog (above link) has all the latest updates and will have modifications for patterns for free, all free pattern pieces can be found here, at Craftsy. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should be familiar with basting, topstitching, using fusible interfacing or steam-a-seam. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Roughly 22"Wx15"Hx6"D

Recommended with this pattern

  • Sewing machine, shears, marking tool
  • cotton or canvas or even home decor weight fabrics and threads.

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The Mean Princess
The Mean Princess
My 1st business I started at 10ish. My mom was a crafter who sold at shows and I always tried her products out. I fell in love with "stiff stuff". I made earrings, pendents, watches, hair bows, etc. I found myself selling out of everything and mom carrying her stuff back home. I knew crafting was going to be my life.