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Friendship Bag

Friendship Bag Learn how to make a simple quilt purse to give to quilting friends. The Friendship Bag is made of quilt fabric scraps and fully lined. Your fellow quilters are sure to appreciate the work than went into making this quilted tote bag pattern!

 

Best Bargello Bag

Best Bargello Bag If there's one bag we know you've never seen in a store, it's the Best Bargello Bag. It's the perfect pattern that combines that mesmerizing cascading colors of the bargello quilt pattern with beautiful fat quarter quilt patterns to become homemade quilted handbags that you can always take on the go. The pattern is one that people of all ages will love, so there's no limit to the number of bargello quilt patterns you'll be changing into one of the most memorable quilted bag patterns.

 

Vera Bradley Inspired Make Up Bag

Vera Bradley Inspired Make Up Bag When it comes to saving, quilters know best! They can turn their fabric into amazing small quilt projects that look like they were bought in a designer boutique. Add a little designer style to your everyday life with the Vera Bradley Inspired Make Up Bag using a quick and easy sewing bag tutorial and your favorite printed fabric. Homemade quilted handbags like this are perfect for quilters in a hurry who need something small, but still very cute to carry with them. You can be a fashionista and a smart-saver at the same time with free quilted bag patterns like this in your collection.

 

Dewberry Tote

Dewberry Tote Every quilter on the go needs a reliable bag or anything and everything. That's what makes the stylish Dewberry Tote such an excellent quilted tote bag pattern. Much of this free quilted bag pattern involves fusing fabrics. If you're also an avid sewist, you'll really enjoy learning how to sew a bag like this. The finished product is just right it's a fashionable quilted tote bag pattern, but also an excellent on the go bag that you can use each day.

 

Woven Ribbon Tote

Woven Ribbon Tote Ribbons aren't used very often on quilts, but if you have any lying around the house, you should make the stunning Woven Ribbon Tote. A simple quilted tote bag pattern becomes much more noticeable with the addition of an eye-catching ribbon pattern. Fashionistas with a real sense of style will adore this quilted bag pattern, and you may find yourself coming up with a different way to design the weaved ribbon pattern. Ribbon will start making a big splash in the quilting world with gorgeous patterns like this.

 

"How to Quilt a Bag With Style: 7 Free Bag Patterns and Purse Patterns" eBook

How to Quilt a Bag With Style 7 Free Bag Patterns and Purse Patterns Being stylish shouldn't always have to cost you a pretty penny, but luckily for quilters, there are always alternatives to going to the store. With your own copy of "How to Quilt a Bag With Style 7 Free Bag Patterns and Purse Patterns," you'll have access to a whole series of patchwork bags and homemade quilted handbags that are just as cute and functional as anything out in stores now. Any of these DIY tote bags would make wonderful gifts for upcoming birthdays, holidays, or other special occasions.

 

Magic Nine Patch Quilted Tote

Magic Nine Patch Quilted Tote The Magic Nine Patch Quilted Tote is a great beach bag or everyday tote for groceries, books and more! Learn how to form a disappearing nine patch quilt block and incorporate it into this quilted tote bag pattern for an impressive handcrafted fashion accessory.

 

6 Step Book Holder

6 Step Book Holder This 6 Step Book Holder is the easiest quilting project you will ever make. Just piece together some patches of fabric and hang the results on your chair as a DIY book cover. This easy quilting project organizes your home, brightens your day, and can double as a magazine bag, book bag, or a place to put your remote controls. This way, you won't waste your time looking for the remote when your favorite show is on. You can also use special scissors to give the edges a funky feel and to prevent fraying.

 

Beautiful Bias Bag

Beautiful Bias Bag Binding doesn't just have to be for your quilts any more. You can make the Beautiful Bias Bag, a quilted tote bag pattern that uses bias tape in a creative and practical way. Large quilted handbags can be useful in so many ways, and with one as beautiful as this, you'll never want to put it down. Using your bias tape as straps is perfect for when you've got leftover material that's not long enough to be used on a quilt.

 

Monster Tote Bag

Monster Tote Bag The only thing better than a new tote bag is a new tote bag you don't have to pay for. Upcycle an old chair cushion into this adorable Monster Tote Bag that's as cute as it is useful. This quilted tote bag pattern is surprisingly easy to make. The cushion itself does most of the work for you, as you'll be keeping the basic structure the same. All you have to do is sew the pieces together and add some fun monster applique of your own design. This bag is great for a child's library or overnight bag. It's big enough to store almost anything your child could need, from clothes to books to arts and crafts. For a fun way to get the kids involved, have them design their own monster so that they can show off their art whenever they carry this adorable tote around.

 

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