India`s Tote Bag with Valerie Nesbitt
Bags, Bags, Bags • Educational, G, 01-Aug-2012
A useful little bag
Designed by India Reeve this is a very useful little bag for all sorts of purposes. You can use a selection of Fat 1/4’s of fabric or just use one fabric that is cut into strips and separated by the contrast colour flange.
You can find the pattern for India’s Tote Bag on our website.
About India Reeve
India is a graduate student on the university course now being run at the Royal School of Needlework who are housed in Hampton Court Palace in West London. For more details about their classes and much more go to their website by clicking here.
Click here to learn more about Valerie Nesbitt.
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