Mini Tote Bag

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Mini Tote Bag – Easy Tutorial!

Yesterday I made this cute little mini bag, it is a mini, mini…..notice my cutting board….it is 5 inches wide.Mini Tote Bag - Easy Tutorial I think I’m going to have to make another of these so both of my granddaughters can have one. Maybe I need to take a bag this size when I go shopping for fabrics 🙂

Mini Tote Bag - Easy Tutorial

I found the link for the Friendship Bag tutorial by Rachel at ps i quilt if you would like to make one. (link no longer works) The fabric I used was Terraine by Kate Spain.

Notice how the quilting was done without a batting and then the bag was lined.

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Mini Tote Bag - Easy Tutorial

This month the Scrappy Rainbow Challenge color is brown. I haven’t started on my string blocks yet but thought I would share this little piece I have had hanging on my wall in my quilt room.

Mini Tote Bag - Easy Tutorial

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  1. Denise :) says:

    CONNIE! I love, LOVE that little brown topper — it's so fun!! How do you do that??! 🙂

  2. Cute bag. I think we have that little animal in our house! Can't wait to see your browns this month.

  3. Love the little bag, but wonder if you have a tutorial for the brown wall quilt. I would love to make one with the curves like that.

  4. Teresa in Music City says:

    Your little bag is just adorable :*) Any little girl would be thrilled to have one! Not to mention big girls too :*)

  5. Connie — love the mini friendship bag! Sew Cute! I checked out the tutorial and it looks really straight forward — perfect for those little grand daughters of mine!

    Thanks for sharing.

  6. What a bright and fun little bag! Yes you will have to make another one for your Granddaughters

  7. OMG Connie…Thanks so much for the link to the paper pieced party…can't wait to read all the entries…such fun!
    What a cute little bag…you could make one to carry your money in when you go fabric shopping, but it's not nearly big enough to hold the purchases! LOL

  8. What an adorable little bag, Connie 😀

  9. Quilting Babcia says:

    My two little granddaughters are going to love this tiny tote! Thanks for the link!

  10. What a sweet little bag! Your granddaughters will be so happy. And it's a good idea to take that shopping for fabric!

  11. I think your grand daughters would agree with you another is a must. xx

  12. Cute, cute, cute. And I love Terrain. If I can ever find the time, I'd make a pair for my 2 kidlets.

  13. Cathy Tomm says:

    Super cute bag. I think the grand kids would love them. Great brown mat too.

  14. What a cute bag with great colors too. 🙂

    I ran across that Halloween Blog Hop myself. They've got some awesome blocks so far.

  15. ohhh that is so very cute Connie and i love your table mat just gorgeous,well done.xx

  16. That's a cute little tote – thanks for link and have a lovely weekend! =)

  17. Your little totes are so very cute! Thank you for the link. And I just love your brown quilt. It is so unusual.

  18. Thank you for the bag link, I might just have to whip a couple of those up, so cute. Nice brown wall hanging.

  19. Sweet little tote. Especially love the Orange thread! How fun. Thanks for the link.
    Love your brown project too. I love soft curves.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Yikes! I just got home from the knitting shop in Dubuque. I wish I had had that bag with me—it would have saved me allot of money, but I wouldn't have had as much fun. Let's just say there is ALLOT of sock knitting in my future!


  21. This is so adorable. Ive just had a look at the tut you linked in and I want to go and make one NOW! Like your little wall hanging also.

  22. Kari @ The Purple Quiltapotamus says:

    What an adorable little bag – I love the colors and thank you for the link!

  23. I just love that little bag!

  24. Connie, that bag is adorable. I have 2 little girls to sew for this Christmas, and that would be ideal….right down to putting the little stuffed animal in it!! Thanks for sharing! ~karen