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That's Artrageous More Bag


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That's Artrageous More Bag has a place for everything in a compact little space. A child's travel bag for the car for the kids crayons, markers, and art supplies or more. It a book bag, an art supply bag, a travel gear bag, a cosmetic bag, a sewing bag, a medical bag, an office supply bag, a tool bag, or everything but the kitchen sink bag... in a complact fold away organized bag! The first pocket is an easy access zippered pocket in the flap. Open the bag to a larger zippered pocket., Continue opening and a pleated pocket big enough for a cell phone, a child's DS or iPod and an elasticized pencil holder. Continue opening and a fold out and around drawing surface becomes available or if you want to carry a book, Kindle or Nook a book bar can hold a book up to 8 x 10 inches inside. securely. You'll never need paper for this drawing pad. The laminated fabric can be wiped clean with a wet wipe or sponge and reused.. Dry erase markers work well on the surface. Compact and convenient! I made the red bag for the kids art supplies and decided to add a little drawing surface to keep them busy during church services and the pockets were nice and roomy but I wanted more....and more is more! So I added more and then a little more. . and a little more! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Folded up: 8" x 10" x 2" Opened completely: 28" x 10" plus fold out drawing pad 7" x 9"

Supplies Needed

  • 1/4 yd exterior bag Medium weight fabric
  • 1/4 yd interior Medium Weight Fabric
  • 1/4 yd contrasting Medium Weight Fabric

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That's Artrageous
That's Artrageous
I rise early in the morning and go down late in the evening. My desire between waking and sleeping is to make things pretty or make pretty things! I have been in secondary education for twenty years teaching high school art, helping young adults recognize their creative nature or trying to help them develop one. I thought I had given up sewing when my little ones grew too big to applique their clothes and make cutesy clothes for them. I rediscovered that love of creative sewing one summer two or three summers back when I wandered into a quilt shop with my sister (the queen bee of quilting) and saw a little clutch purse pattern that looked too simple not to make. I was hooked! The rest of the summer I was designing purses and have been doing so every since.