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✄ ABOUT THIS PROJECT:
These very easy instructions are great for those with basic sewing skills. I've even provided 22 full-color photos to illustrate the simple step-by-step instructions. These instructions tell you how to make this bag in four versatile sizes! I have included instructions for use with a rotary cutter, or you can make a pattern easily using poster board or pattern paper; all the pieces are easy to measure rectangles.
The Aivilo Tote features several interior and exterior pockets to hold all of your important items! The bottom section on the outside make easily accessible pockets. The interior is fully lined in a coordinating fabric. Interior pockets are great for holding your cell phone, a spare pen (don't you hate it when you can't find a pen?), and your wallet - or whatever else you choose to store! Pocket placement is fully customizable - you decide how many pockets you want, and what size to make them! You can even add an extra row of pockets if you prefer. A magnetic closure is a convenient way to keep contents secure. If you prefer a zipper closure, instructions are included on how to insert a zipper too!
The original (medium size) Aivilo Pocket Tote is approximately 13" wide x 9.5" tall x 4" deep and works wonderfully as a purse or small carry-all - it even works as a great, stylish small diaper bag! Other sizes are small (11" wide x 7.5" tall x 4" deep), large (15" wide x 11.5" tall x 4" deep) and extra large (17" wide x 11.5" tall x 4" deep).
✄ REQUIRED MATERIALS:
BAG SIZE: Small Medium Large Extra Large
Exterior Fabric ½ yard ½ yard 5/8 yard 5/8 yard
Exterior Pocket Fabric ½ yard ½ yard ½ yard ½ yard
Lining Fabric ½ yard 2/3 yard 1 yard 1 yard
45” Décor Bond fusible interfacing (recommended)
½ yard 1 yard 1 yard 1 yard
22* medium weight fusible interfacing
1 ½ yard 2 yards 2 yards 2 yards
*Assumes 44/45 inch wide fabric.
· Coordinating thread
· Erasable fabric marker or pencil.
· Sewing gauge
· Magnetic snap closure (you can find these in the bag making section of most fabric stores) OR
· (OPTIONAL) Zipper (2” longer than the width of your lining fabric) and zipper-foot
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✄ IS THIS SEWING PATTERN REALLY "EASY TO FOLLOW?"
Aivilo Charlotte Sewing Patterns are written in everyday English, as if a friend were telling you how to sew, with full color photos illustrating the process step-by-step. Each pattern is tested by a panel of sewists of many skill levels - to ensure the instructions are clear so you can enjoy a frustration-free sewing experience. Plus, if you have any questions while sewing, I'm always available at aivilocharlotte [!at] gmail.com to help you. Check my feedback for actual customer comments on the ease of use of my patterns!
✄ RESALE & COPYRIGHT POLICIES:
I am delighted to support cottage businesses! You *may* make Aivilo bags and clothing items for sale, in limited production. If selling online, I simply ask that you put "design by AiviloCharlotte Designs" in your listings. The patterns are protected by copyright, and not to be duplicated or shared in any way.
The pictures here are to show what the completed project looks like - you are purchasing sewing instructions, NOT the actual items. This pattern was designed by me for my business, AiviloCharlotte, and is protected by copyright.
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