Fabric Scraps DIY Tote Bag Tutorial

DIY Canvas Tote Bag

Lot’s of fabric scraps to choose from and make a DIY Tote Bag!

If you are like me you have loads and loads of fabric scraps hanging around collecting dust.  Using a great canvas base and a few odd scraps I created a handy DIY bag.  In this tutorial, I will show step by step how I sewed this bag that can also be reversible.  I’ve also added a  step by step PDF  with supply and cut list.   Use the link below the video to download your PDF.  Be adventurous and see what fabric combinations you can come up with from your stash.

DIY Bag Tutorial Part 1

DIY Bag Tutorial Part 2

DIY Bag Tutorial Part 3

FREE PDF Download

A fun project to break up the day

I hope you enjoyed this project.  Every so often we need to take a break and do something to spark our creativity.  Please share pictures of your bag with me and let me know what projects you’ve got coming up.

Take a look at this fun Pouf Project too!

See you on the inside, Kim
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About the Author:

Kimberley Chagnon
My name is Kimberley Chagnon and I am the owner of Kim’s Upholstery, located in the town of Greenfield in Western Massachusetts. When I started my upholstery business in 1996, I didn't know where it would take me, but I was ready to do what I loved and be my own boss. Now, we're a trusted source for upholstery services from custom–fitted slipcovers and cornice boards to custom curtains, covered headboards and more. When I'm not busy at the shop, I'm busy teaching. For the past six years, I've led classes for the Window Coverings Association of America group, popular conferences and the Sewing and Upholstery Retreat, which I co–founded. Now, I get the pleasure of teaching you too through our Online Upholstery Classes! I love to hear from our visitors so feel free to drop in a comment.

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