- ½ yard cotton duck cloth, canvas, denim or other medium to heavy weight fabric, 54”/60” wide
- ½ yard quilting weight cotton for contrast and lining, 44”/50"wide
- 1 ¼ yards of 1 ¼” wide light to medium weight cotton webbing for handles
What perfect gift-giving occasion will you make yours for?
A canvas bucket-style tote with quilting cotton accents and six interior dividers to hold all kinds of goodies.. and it has a front pocket which is specially sized to hold a gift card.
Perfect for baby showers, house warming, birthdays, holidays, hostess gifts, care packages… and so much more!
8.5″ diameter, 8″ tall (13.5″ tall including handles)
This is a PDF pattern available for immediate download.
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See what Friends of Sew Fun have done with this pattern!
Bekah made this lovely version for a baby shower. Instead of canvas, she used quilting cottons reinforced with fusible fleece.
I absolutely love how this turned out, and it was a big hit at the shower. I just added a little gift tag and didn’t even have to bother wrapping!
Heather from Keep it Thimble made this cute version with brown canvas and a tool themed fabric.
Look at Tiffany’s beautiful stitching on her Tote… I would never be brave enough to use light colored thread on dark canvas. Nice job! You can see her other beautiful creations at her site Twilltape Shop.
I finally made up a baby shower tote the other day- it turned out so cute! I plan to use it at the changing table to organize creams and what-have-you that always seems not to have a good home. And it’s definitely on the list for future baby showers. Love it!