Free Pattern for the Easy Quilted Tote Bag…(as promised)

Free Pattern for the Easy Quilted Tote Bag…(as promised)


Merry Christmas!

It’s what you have all been waiting for:

Missouri Star Quilt Co – Tote Bag Pattern

Click on that link and you should be able to print at your hearts desire…..and sew, sew, sew of course.

Happy Monday to everyone.

***we’d love to hear what you think about the pattern.  It is our first printable one, you know.  🙂  Let us know what you think, and if you have any questions….email us at  missouristarquiltco{AT}gmail{DOT}com

Like always, we’d love to see pictures of your finished projects!  Have a wonderful week.

  • Wendi MSQC

    Hi Becky, I am so happy you love your Layer Cake. Thank you for the support!

  • Debbie Elam

    Jenny I was wondering if you buy old quilts I have two of my grandmothers quilts that’s she pieced and gave to me when I got married. I had them quilted by a long arm and I have had them for 38 years and she had pieced them many years before that so I know the are over 60 years old never been used.

  • Kim Drumeler

    I’ve made two and I absolutely love this bag. It was my first attempt at making my own bag ands I’m thrilled with the results

  • Shannon Wayt

    What is the dimensions of the finished bag?!?

  • Babs Des Marteau

    The batting that gave me the stiffness I wanted, after several experiments, was double fusible. Soft and stable was too stiff, and quilt batting or single fuse didn’t give me the stiffness I wanted. Of course, that requires some backing fabric to fuse it to, and adds a step, but they came out the way I wanted.

  • Mary

    Hello Babs! Thank you for sharing this helpful tip!