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Friendship Bag

By: Rachel from rachel-griffith.blogspot.com
Friendship Bag
Friendship Bag
This image courtesy of psiquilt.com

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!

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening


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I have not made this but would definitely like to. It looks like the perfect size that i was looking for. But I cannot download the pattern. Clicking on the link on takes me to other sites that do not have the pattern. Please help me! Thank you!

Oh so pretty and I immediately knew exactly who I wanted to make one for. Her name is Kate and she is nothing short of a quilting goddess! She has a birthday coming up soon so today I was carefully selecting fabrics from my (large!) stash and tomorrow I will be getting started. It looks like such a lovely project, the pattern is well detailed and I am really looking forward to getting started.

What a pretty bag. I love the video. It makes the design much easier to understand.

This babe design is very pretty and looks to be fairly easy, just take your time and I think it would turn out great. The idea is to make a single piece of fabric out of the design from several pieces and treat it as one fabric piece. The photo from another poster of the project looks super! This would make a very classy gift and would be fun to use scraps from sentimental fabrics, such as worn blankets that have special meaning. Love it!

Is it really an easy project? Honestly, I have never made anything but quilts and wallhangings. I have seen some patterns they say easy and then you start looking at it and it really isn't so easy. I would love to try this, but want to be first that it really is an easy pattern. If it is, I could see a few of these in my future since I have such a hard time settling on just one fabric scheme!

This friendship bag design is quite appealing. I collect bag projects for organizing my sewing patterns and fabrics. The instructions are easy to follow.

This bag is so cute! It looks kind of like a Vera Bradley design but so much better for your wallet.

have made several of these cute little bags - so much fun to make - great way to use up scraps

love the little tote, would like to have it a pdf so I could print it out


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