A solid color lets the lines and details of a bag’s design shine, like this tote’s pleats, curving sidewall, front flap, and twin needle stitching. The pleated pockets expand to drop in your items, but when empty, pop back flat.
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.
A versatile carryall with room to spare. We took inspiration from the heavy duty feed sack fabric of the early 1900s to create a look that’s nostalgically trendy and eye-catching but in a hardworking modern canvas substate.
It earns our Sewing Survival emblem because the construction is fast and easy, but without sacrificing any style! You can make this beautiful bag in an afternoon, learning straight seams, topstitching, and boxed corners.
If you’re sewin’ and you know it… clap your hands. Honor your favorite hobby with our fun machine embroidery patches. Free downloads are included in 6 popular formats. We used Sulky 30wt cotton for a perfect matte finish.
A quilted top with a plain base. Mixing large and small motifs as well as textures is a great way to balance your design and bring in variety. Finish this look with sleek piping accents and pretty over-the-shoulder straps.
Make it in soft cotton laminate to whisk away the weather. We even used a weather-resistant zipper for the outer pocket. With 5″ box corners, you can handle a full load of power shopping. Closes with a top magnetic snap.
For this unique crossbody bag, we created “ribbon fabric,” taking one ⅝” wide ribbon and stacking it to create matching accents of varying widths: single, triple and quadruple. An amazing embellishment that adds great texture.