Reversible Patchwork Tote as seen on Quilting Arts TV Episode 601

Episode 601: Project 601-2

I can’t throw anything away, not even the most itty bitty, tiniest sliver of fabric. I keep my scraps in large plastic bags, and the day I noticed I had accumulated so many of them, I knew it was time to start using them up. That’s when I came up with an idea to make a reversible patchwork tote. This tote can be made with two distinct patchwork designs for each side, as I did; or you can use patchwork for just one side and a single piece of fabric for the reverse side; or, you may elect to use a single piece of fabric for both sides. It’s up to you! And by using the grommets to loop one long strap through, the construction is a cinch!

Quilting Art Magazine Managing Editor Helen Gregory with
Quilting Arts TV Host Pokey Bolton

 

 

 

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