You may remember way back last year I shared with you some fabric I had bought whilst I was supposed to be on a “fabric diet“. I had every intention of making this fabric into a Makers Tote, I had even started to cut it out but then I ran out of steam (there are a lot of pieces to cut!). Like a lot of projects, it sat in a corner hoping one day I would pick it up and get on with it.
Well as 2019 is my year of getting things finished I made the decision to finally get on with it. It wasn’t all about being too lazy to cut out though. I had memories of it being quite a difficult pattern and I was a little nervous about it!
I needn’t have worried though, second time around this was definitely a lot simpler and I actually really enjoyed making it!
I had previously made the smaller version which you can see here. So this time I decided to go big and maker the larger sized. This bag is huge! I will be able to fit so much in here, including a whole quilt which I used to help pad it out for the photos. I have been wanting to go to my nearest Modern Quilters Guild meeting for some time now, and so when I do finally get the chance to go I will have a bag big enough to put all my projects in that’s for sure!
The pattern is by Noodlehead and is available to buy in paper format in my shop here.
4 thoughts on “Sloth Makers Tote”
What a cute bag! I love it! Where did you get your fabric?? I’ve never seen sloth fabric….
Thank you! The fabric was from Cloth and Candy, although it was about a year ago that I got it.
It looks fabulous!! I’ve just made my second Makers Tote too, except I super shrunk mine and hacked the pattern to make a mini version. Such a fun bag, isn’t it?
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Oh wow that sounds fab! Did you post a picture of it? I’d love to see! I’m thinking of making the small one for Mabel as a pretend doctors bag for her.