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The Amaryllis Tote - PDF sewing pattern
The Amaryllis is a medium/large sized tote with top carrying rolled handles and a removable/optional cross body strap. It has 2 exterior zippered pockets on the front exterior and 2 side slip pockets at each side. The main closure is a zipper. The bottom of the bag has pleats to give it depth making the interior very roomy.
For the bag's interior, there are 2 slip pockets and 1 zippered pocket.
*** Please take the time to read through the pattern before starting to make sure you've caught all the smaller details that are important for a successful outcome.
If you do not want to make your own handles, I highly recommend these pre-made handles by MM Cork Supply as they are identical to the ones instructed in the pattern and are a huge time saver.
Exterior fabric:1/2 yard Exterior fabric 1 (44” W)
1/4 yard Exterior fabric 2/vinyl/cork (58” W)
1/3 yard Exterior focal fabric (44” W)
1 yard Lining fabric (44” W)
Interfacing:3.5 yards Fusible woven interfacing (20” wide)
1/2 yard Fusible fleece (45” wide)
12” W x 4” H Firm Sew-in Stabilizer (Pellon Peltex 70/Stiff Stuff interfacing)
Notions and Supplies:(4) 1” rectangle rings
(2) 3/4” D-rings
(2) 1” swivel clasps
(1) 1” rectangle slide
(1) metal zipper end
32” of 3/8” diameter cotton cording for rope handles
12 rivets (size depends on thickness of materials used)
Fabri-tac or similar fabric glue
(2) 7” zippers (#4.5 or #5) or 9” of zipper tape
(1) 18” handbag zipper (#4.5 or #5) or 20” zipper tape
(1) 9” dress zipper (#3)
MEASUREMENTS: 14” W x 10” H x 6” D (35.6 cm x 25.4 cm x 15.2 cm)
SEWING EXPERIENCE: This bag is suitable for intermediate/advanced sewing skills. It will take about 6-8 hours to complete the first, especially if you are making your own rolled handles. Please read the entire pattern before starting. There are many details that should not be missed.
PLEASE NOTE: This pattern is in English only.
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