The Three Sheep Tote

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I’m such a sucker for a new bag pattern. The Three Sheep Tote, made from Saltbox Village, was really a fun one. The tote combines both some simple embroidery with fussy-cut pieces to make a good sized bag that will be handy for toting projects to quilt group, or back and forth to work.

The embroidery worked up fairly fast, and Mari’s directions to complete the bag are just super. I might suggest adding a pocket to the inside – I just think bags need pockets!

6 responses to “The Three Sheep Tote”

  1. RANCHMOM Says:
    04/16/2012 10:17 am

    That is adorable, I have to go check this out.

  2. judi cabanaw Says:
    04/16/2012 10:46 am

    this looks like a nice bag,,,,since I have an embroidery machine I can think of lots of designs to use..but also quilt blocks too

  3. Irish8mom Says:
    04/16/2012 11:08 am

    Love it, the “sheep” part drew my attention …. I spin my own yarn and am always looking for a cute tote to carry the roving around.

  4. Linda Christianson Says:
    04/16/2012 12:18 pm

    I always add a pocket to my handbags and totes. I make almost the same size as one side of the lining and then stitch down through the middle, so I can keep my keys or make it pocket size for pens or pencils.

  5. karenthequilter Says:
    04/16/2012 2:16 pm

    What a great bag!!! You are a sucker for a good bag, aren’t you?!

  6. Carla Says:
    04/20/2012 2:13 pm

    That’s really cute.


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