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Purple Super Tote

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Noodlehead   Purple Super Tote uncategorized
I had a great time teaching the Super Tote pattern at my local quilt shop the other day. Plus it’s a great opportunity to use the step-outs to actually turn into a usable bag! Bonus points.

Noodlehead   Purple Super Tote uncategorized

Noodlehead   Purple Super Tote uncategorized

I had gotten this pretty canvas weight fabric from Miss Matatabi along with a few other prints. I’ve always loved how white ink looks on linen, so it was a no-brainer choice for me.

Noodlehead   Purple Super Tote uncategorized
Noodlehead   Purple Super Tote uncategorized

I didn’t do anything too crazy with this one. Again, I used the ‘wrong’ side of my favorite denim for the gusset and handle pieces. I love how it’ll be super durable and will wear well. I’m always interested in playing around with different interfacing and fabric combinations. To me it’s just fun to experiment and try new combinations. And of course another reason to make another bag. Luckily I think I’ve found a home for this one. I hope my friend likes it. eeek!

See you soon!

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Pattern: Super Tote Pattern (by me!)
Fabric: Japanese Fabric Linen Blend¬†from Miss Matatabi, lining is Catnap by Lizzy House with a splash of Jeni’s Deamin Vintage

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13 Responses to Purple Super Tote

  1. Ines 07.24.2014 at 1:53 pm #

    I love all of your totes and you must have a lot already :-)!

    Greetings from Germany
    Ines♥

  2. knitterlydesigns 07.24.2014 at 3:06 pm #

    If your friend doesn’t love it, I do. Purple is my favorite. I am in the process of cutting one out. Never thought about using the backside of the denim. Love it!

  3. Krista 07.24.2014 at 3:11 pm #

    If she doesn’t like it, she’s crazy!

  4. ilmagpie.com 07.24.2014 at 3:38 pm #

    Gorgeous pattern and you are so clever at combining fabrics in such a cute way.

  5. cadesignbum 07.24.2014 at 4:07 pm #

    I love the tack on the sides, great attention to detail. What an innovative idea about using the back of denim, much more interesting!

  6. Diy by Paula 07.25.2014 at 4:30 am #

    I love this one! The combination of fabrics is great, and the sides look fabulous like that.
    Surely she’ll love it too!

  7. jodydeschenes 07.25.2014 at 8:26 am #

    my fave bag i’ve seen of yours – love the linen, love purple, love the pattern of the fabric and the bag (‘simple’-ish), and love the back of denim as a ‘neutral’. thinkin’ your friend will LOVE.

  8. ~ Kim ~ 07.25.2014 at 6:00 pm #

    It’s gorgeous! How funny that I was searching for ideas for your SuperTote as I am going to make one today! I wish I was good at colour combo’s like you. That purple is so pretty and the interior is great too. I can’t wait to make mine now.

  9. Art van Mil 07.26.2014 at 1:53 am #

    I love your blog and your ideas! So inspiring! And of course, this is again a very gorgeous tote!
    Best wishes
    Vanessa

  10. Frances 07.26.2014 at 3:58 am #

    This is so amazing, Anna! I love the interior fabrics too!

  11. Jos 07.26.2014 at 7:23 am #

    Gorgeous!

  12. Shirley McLaurin 07.26.2014 at 1:06 pm #

    Looks lovely well done

  13. Diane Beavers 07.28.2014 at 8:45 am #

    I have the super tote pattern, purchased on line from Hawthorne Threads.
    Bought most of the pellon and the zipper to make it…cutting it today.
    Anna you are the best bag pattern designer!

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