Flower Pop Tote video
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Flower Pop Tote
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Surrounded by fabric and farmland, Linda Augsburg loves playing with patterns and prints, and she dreams of a day when she can finish a sewing project at the same moment that the bobbin empties. Full bio »

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Choose your brightest colors to sew an eye-catching tote that's perfect for summer fun! With its simple construction and bright colors, this tote belongs in every quilter's and sewer's accessory closet.

In this Learn, Make, Create! online video class tutorial brought to you by Annie's Creative Studio, sewing expert Linda Augsburg demonstrates how to make this tote. She discusses using fat quarters or jelly roll strips, how to make a lining with pockets, how to make boxed corners for added stability and finally, how to sew the cute dimensional flower closure.

In this online video class, you'll learn how to:
  • Choose yardage or precut fabrics from your stash.
  • Sew the tote outside and inner lining with pockets.
  • Make boxed corners.
  • Add a cute flower closure which doubles as an embellishment.
Finished Measurements:
Tote Size: 10" x 12" x 4" (excluding straps)

Materials:
  • Scrap orange-with-white dots
  • 1 fat quarter each: orange solid red-, yellow-, blue- and green-with-white dots black-and-white chevron white multi-dot
  • 1/2 yard coordinating lining fabric
  • Thread
  • 1 yard medium-weight fusible interfacing
  • Large hair elastic
  • 2 (1") round orange buttons or cover buttons
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies
Skill Level: Intermediate
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