Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Tote-ally Gift Worthy

After making 3 box bags I was done so I switched over to tote bags for Dex's teachers.  These are based on Noodlehead's Summer Madras Tote pattern.  These stitched up quickly and were a welcome change after all the fiddling and fuss with the box bags.  Anna's patterns are always well thought out and a pleasure to make!

Dex's lead teacher is a total science geek so I thought these Science Fair fabrics by Robert Kaufman would be perfect.  

 The lining is Mod Geek by Sarah Johnston and the trim is Netorious Black by Cotton + Steel.

For the class assistant I went with It's a Plus from Rashida Coleman Hale's Koi collection and Shot Cotton (tobacco?) for the lining and handles.  I love this one so much I may have to make another one for myself...  because I so need another tote bag;-)  And with that my holiday gift making is done!  Are you a last minute holiday maker?


  1. Lovely bags! My favorite is the tote made from Science Fair fabrics!

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