Download Patterns for Fiesta’s Canvas!

Have you noticed Jenni’s fun and vibrant Fiesta fabric designs?  And did you happen to notice the 3 fabulous prints that come in CANVAS? 

I love canvas because of its durability and how it will give extra stability to any project.  Remember you can still use quilting cotton for the details (lining, binding, decorative details, etc.) and the canvas for those things that need just a little more stability. 

Totes and bags, especially those market and grocery bags, are ideal for canvas.  Bags are not the only way to use canvas; I sorted through all of our Designer Downloads to come up with some great ideas to use that great canvas.
Here are some great bags that would sew up so nicely in canvas:

Cross Angle Bag by Taylored Originals

Wide Mouth Tote by Sewing Sue

Double Duty Bag by SewBaby

And here are some bags perfect for your next market trip:

Mommy and Me Little Shopper by Sewing Sue

Bountiful Bags by Lilac Lane

The Quilted Run-Around Tote by Jo-Lydia’s Attic

Here are some great bags just right to tote your tools and projects:

Projects to Go Tote by Whistlepig Creek Productions

Totally Awesome Toolbag by For the Love of Fabric

Since the colors are so bright and cheerful how about using it for the kiddos?

Card Table Play House by Wistlepig Creek Productions

Toddler’s Backpack by Sewing Sue

Little Helper’s Apron by Jo-Lydia’s Attic

Don’t forget about the patterns that will help you stay organized:

Sew Organized by Sewing Sue

Clutter Catchers by SewBaby

To find more patterns that you can use canvas, please see our Designer Downloads. There are lots of patterns to choose from!


  1. Stephanie Dunphy - January 23, 2014

    I love that CT offers alternate fabrics — laminate, lawn, flannel, cotton and now canvas. I look forward to seeing what’s next!

  2. jenna - January 23, 2014

    what a great variety of bag choices! I think canvas will be a great choice for all of these…

  3. Katrina - January 23, 2014

    I would have LOVED that little play house when I was a kid. That would be so fun in the canvas!

  4. Jenni - January 23, 2014

    Thanks for this post Anita! I love that top bag! Very old school, I didn’t even knew we carried that pattern. I’m totally going to make that! I think it would be a great traveling back for my embroidery supplies!