I used a bit of canvas and felt to create this fox tote bag sewing pattern that is perfect for Fall trips to the market or library! I just love the woodland critter trend.
Here’s the backside!
If you haven’t gathered your materials, here’s everything you’ll need.
- 1 32″ x 11″ piece of Canvas or Muslin Material
- Red Felt
- Black Felt
- White Felt
- Sewing Machine
- 1 Yard of Ribbon
1. Start by downloading and printing the pattern.
2. Next you’ll need to cut out all of your felt pieces following the pattern.
That’s all for today. Stay tuned for Part 2 tomorrow!
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