Quilted purses

Elevate your fashion game with trendy quilted purses. Browse through our top picks of stylish quilted purses to add a touch of sophistication to your outfit.
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When I saw the very first Dainty Tote Bag made by Three Owls I told her she had to write up the pattern! I wanted to make one (who am I kidding? I want to make dozens!) of these! I never imagined she would offer it as a free tutorial on her blog! Well I had a charm pack of Best. Day. Ever! so I chopped it into mini squares and set to work..... I adore this bag! The pattern is so clearly written. There are lots of steps, but if you follow along and use all of her hints & tips, it's a fun and…

Kathy Fraser

Happy Friday! And welcome to Day 2 of the Christmas in July extravaganza... okay, that might be over-stating the goings-on just a little bit but it's Friday and the sun is shining so it's hard not to be really enthusiastic. It also helps that I really like the bag I made... more on that in a few.

linda baldridge
Because I say sew ;) : Not a Vera Bradley bag, but a free pattern! Patchwork, Couture, Quilting, Quilted Tote Bags, Tote Bag Pattern, Tote Pattern, Tote Bag Pattern Free, Tote Patterns Free, Sewing Purses

I made a bag for my daughter - I love it! She is expecting a baby girl in July, after two boys I thought she is probably ready for some girly stuff! Isn't this adorable fabric? The pattern is fairly easy and the instructions are easy to understand. When I made her a bag before, her friends thought it was a Vera Bradley bag, so I tried to make this look like another one. I quilted it in the diamond style her bags have. I made this bag as a diaper bag, but of course, it is just a handy sized…

ann stinson
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I designed this Strips for Stripes bag as an exclusive for Bernina. It is made with the quick "quilt as you go" or "stitch and flip" technique. You can sew it scrappy with all different prints from your stash, coordinate and repeat fabrics, or use jelly roll strips. The handles on both bags are purchased but they could easily be stitched out of fabric. The instructions are free and posted on the We All Sew blog.


I didn’t get much sewing done today as I had to work this afternoon. But I did manage to finish this paperweight Frankenbag. I’ve been thinking I would keep this bag for myself, and tha…

Lena Madsen