New Convertible Totes in my Autumn Splendor Palette

New Convertible Totes in my Autumn Splendor Palette

One of the last things I wanted to do before the show this weekend is make some convertible totes. I had time to snap a few pix:


The convertible totes can either be folded open, folded closed, or carried upright with the shorter handles. Inside is a zipper pocket, key leash and a patch pocket with 2 pen slips and 2 larger pockets.


I made 5 of them:











I love them…and hope the folks at the show will too! 🙂

(The other day, somebody commented about whether I’d put these in my online shop or not. I probably won’t have time to – so if you’d like one of these, just email me!)

9 Responses to New Convertible Totes in my Autumn Splendor Palette

  1. If they don’t, then they have a problem! Not only are the bags cleverly designed, the bags are of beautiful fabric with the cites birdies EVER!!!! Hope all goes well at the show!

  2. I absolutely love these, and the colours!
    They look very soft, do you use any batting or interfacing in the bags, or just a hard panel in the bottom?
    If you ever make the pattern available, I would be interested 🙂

    • Hi Flo,

      Thanks! I do use both a layer of SF101 and a layer of fusible fleece when making bags from quilting weight fabric. I have published the non-boxed corners version of this bag in Modern Patchwork 2012: Hope this helps!