Monday, November 12, 2018

Denver Tote in two sizes (new pdf pattern)


Hello friends, happy Monday to you all!

I'm excited to share my newest tote bag pattern today.


 Denver Tote comes in two sizes and not only does it make a perfectly stylish everyday tote bag, it works great as a project bag as well. (some of you might be familiar with this bag design as the larger version was featured in Issue 61 of Love Patchwork and Quilting magazine)



This is an easy, beginner friendly pattern that comes together pretty effortlessly in very little time, especially when one uses leather handles like I did. You can, of course, substitute cotton webbing for leather, or you can make your own fabric handles (instructions on how to do that are included with the pattern).


I used designer bark cloth for the exterior of my totes and duck canvas for the lining. Print canvas, denim, or home decor fabric would also work great for these totes.


FINISHED SIZE: large - 11'' wide on bottom x 12'' tall x 6'' deep 
                            small - 9'' wide on bottom x 10'' tall x 4'' deep

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MATERIALS NEEDED for a large size of Denver Tote:

fabric A (exterior) - 1/2 yard
fabric B (lining) - 1/2 yard
fusible Interfacing - 1 yard
(2) 3/4'' wide leather for handles - 21'' long
16 – 18 mm magnetic snap
(2) 3/8'' wide cotton ribbon - 45'' long

Please note: This is a measure and cut pattern meaning there's no need for templates as the pattern works best when all the pieces are cut using rotary cutter, self healing cutting mat, and acrylic ruler.


I'm offering this pattern at a 25% off discounted introductory price for the next 48 hours (now through Nov. 14th, midnight central time). No coupons needed, price is automatically adjusted during checkout.

Click here to purchase the pattern.


Thank you all for your support. It means the world to me :)

Happy sewing. Svetlana


8 comments:

  1. Love the prints you have used? Could you tell me where you get your leather labels made? Apologies if you have already answered this question a million times!

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  2. How similar is this to your 'Drawstring Tote' that was published a few years ago? Apart from the sizes. I've purchased that pattern, but I see it is not available anymore.

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