When it comes to fabric, I like to use every last drop of it.
So when I saw my leftover cut triangle scraps from yesterday’s Arrow Skirt tutorial, I knew I could turn it into something useful and fabulous.
Turning your jelly roll into a fun tote bag is super simple. First you will need to sew all of the strips together, as we discussed in yesterday’s post. Once you have done that, cut out triangles on the bias.
If you made yesterday’s Arrow Skirt, than this is what you naturally have left over after cutting out bias strips from your fabric! Great!!!
You now have one long rectangle of fabric that is perfect for turning into anything you want. A tote, a crayon roll, a pillow, the list is endless.
I found a great simple lined Tote Tutorial at Freshly Handmade.
Summer couldn’t get here fast enough!
For some other Jelly Roll fabric ideas, click below:
|Riding Pants || Arrow Skirt || Tote Bag|
Thanks again to the Fat Quarter Shop for supplying such a fun fabric to work with, it was the perfect addition to the Spring Collection!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and until next time…