This adorable zipper pouch is all about the ribbon: LineWork ribbon by Tula Pink for Renaissance Ribbons. We added a peek-a-boo vinyl insert through the center so you can see what’s inside your pretty pouch.
You probably have a stylish face mask. How about a cool carrying case?! This cute and colorful zip pouch is designed to hold a favorite face mask or two plus additional protective supplies in the outside pleated pocket.
Size, style, features, and functionality all come together into a duffle that everyone will love. It features Janome Continental M7 precision sewing and a bold, organic fabric from Cloud9 Fabrics’ Wildlife collection.
One bag done three ways! It’s fun to see how a basic bag can evolve. This is the third version of our Trio, featuring straight line quilting across the upper panels, plus an adjustable, detachable strap and zippered front pocket.
This tote trio series is all about showing how one project can be done multiple ways to create a variety of finished looks. We love the brights colors, custom monogram, and decorative stitching featured on this version.
Our Bright Spot Tote series shows one project done three ways on three different machines. Our basic big, bold design finishes at a generous 16” x 16” x 7” with clean lines and layered structure accented with precise topstitching.
A sleek, soft bag in a traditional curved shape with both carry handles and an adjustable shoulder strap. This “New Classic” has timeless lines but with an upstart edginess that adds just the right infusion of fun.
Originally designed for Valentine goodies, these mini gift bags are just as perfect for the holiday season. Change up the fabric and appliqué shapes and you’re set. We used burlap and cotton with ribbon forming the unique side ties.
We give you all the tricks to get a perfect shape and structure for this trendy bucket bag, including interfacing specs, a grommet template, even a circular base pattern. Soft upholstery fabric is perfect for the exterior.
Keep Mom organized! By loading up all her essentials into this multi-pocket pouch, all she needs to do when she changes bags is to switch the organizer from one to the other. It also makes it much easier to find those essentials.
Can you ever have too many zip pouches? We think not! This pretty curved design is long and narrow – a classic “pencil case” style perfect for its namesake utensils as well as make up, toiletries, notions, and more.
You might not be traveling far at the moment, but a handsome tote is a wonderful addition to your collection any day! A subtle bit of gorgeous embroidery is the finishing touch that really makes a project your own.
You can’t sit and sew home décor projects all day long. Sometimes you need an exercise break … but not a break from style. We paired a décor…
To keep your lips moist and protected from the elements, your best defense is a good offense: constant swipes from your trusty tube of lip balm. Make sure that tube is always handy with our key ring cases. A great gift idea.
An ideal blend of two wardrobe staples: plaid flannel and crisp denim. The slight teardrop shape and soft construction gives it a signature slouch that’s as everyday comfortable as your favorite flannel shirt and jeans.
Our elegant cinched evening bag miniaturizes the classic bucket shape. We selected two of the most popular special occasion fabrics: a velvet with a gorgeous drape and silk dupioni with its crisp, slightly textured finish.
For the holidays and beyond, these classic zip pouches – with brilliant colors and detailed embroidery, are sweet as a set or individually. Get the instructions as well as the three custom machine embroidery designs in our Etsy shop.
So many great features on this backpack – from the wraparound zipper to the adjustable shoulder straps to the six handy pockets. Our signature step-by-step instructions and photos take you through each section in detail.
Go Hands Free! We put a number of Janome specialty presser feet to use to handle the thicker layers, piping application, and seam finishing. Using the right foot for the job always makes a project faster, easier + more professional.
The front of a bag is a bit like a blank slate. We started with a gorgeous metallic linen, then added a quilted windowpane grid, and finally, arranged twelve tone-on-tone yo-yos as the perfect dimensional accent.
Tall and thin, but big enough to hold the tallest of Rieslings and the roundest of Champagnes. It’s a fabulous way to turn a gift of wine into two presents in one. Colorful carabiners are the perfect size and shape for the handles.
Tall and slim, this handsome messenger bag is a casual, fun style that’s great for everyday and anywhere you need to go. It works well for either guys…
Two colors, two fabrics, one awesome look. We love being able to give you the inspiration and instructions to make your own beautiful bags for a fraction of the hundreds of dollars listed on designer price tags.
Asymmetrical means having two sides or halves that are not the same. Throwing in an interesting angle or unique texture can take your project to the next level. This design started with our idea for the cool fold-over closure.
This super-roomy duffle fills up to the brim then cinches down into a compact, easy-to-carry box shape. We added both carry handles and an adjustable shoulder strap. The style reminds us of a vintage college sports duffle.
This smaller size duffle (8½” x 15″ x 6”) is great for kids or anyone who wants a space-saving, on-the-go option. We created a soft, quilted exterior so the duffle can gently expand and mold to better fit its contents.
Our pretty accordion pouch can hold jewelry, lingerie, makeup, and more in its five pockets. Accordion out to drop things into the pockets; accordion in, and snap closed. We used cotton outside, PUL inside, and bound all around.
A unique satchel with the feel of a mail carrier’s bag. This taller and thinner style can be carried with the double looping handles or worn crossbody with a detachable shoulder strap. Don’t forget the cool fussy cutting!
Create a fun, colorful, insulated lunch bag that features a bold monogram clearly stating, “That’s my PB&J, dude… hands off.” We combine a linen-blend solid with a striking quilting cotton on the outside, wipe-clean rip stop inside.