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San Juan Market Tote

San Juan Market Tote

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Published by: monica on Mar 13, 2012
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Designed exclusively for you from theBrother Education Department
Projects >San Juan Market Tote 
Summon the glorious feeling of San Juan with this charming tote bag. Can be created with any Brothermachine and can be brought to any market!
Materials and Supplies
Memory Card #23 Linen & Lace
Kwik Sew pattern No. 3133
Motif #78
Monograms #39-64
Cotton Fabric 45” wide
Color 1 – Handles and Band – ¼ yard
Color 2 – Outer Panel (should be a stronger pattern) – 3/8yard
Color 3 – Center Panel (should be muted pattern) – ½ yard 
¼ yard Pocket fabric
¼ Pocket lining
½ yard (24” wide) Fusible interfacing
to match fabrics
#12/14 Machine sewing needle
#12 Machine embroidery needle
Quilting guide (optional)
Button for pocket flap (optional)
Fuse the interfacing to the bands and bottoms.
Pin one pair of side panels to the center panel at the panelseams, matching notches, and stitch. Repeat for the othercenter and side panel pieces. (See Tip No.1 below to addpiping.)
If you desire, embroider a design on one of the bag panels. 
Stitch band to panel section, right sides together, at bandseam, matching notches, and stitch. Repeat for other bagsections.
Top stitch the band seam, 1/8" away from the seam on the band.
Pin bag sections, right sides together, at side seams,matching side seams, and stitch.
Designed exclusively for you from theBrother Education Department
Projects >San Juan Market Tote 
Pin bottom to bag, right sides together, matching centernotches and side notches to side seams. Stitch.
Pin lining, right sides together, at side seams. Stitch, leaving a 7" (18cm) opening on one side.
Embroider a small design at the top center of the bag lining- or add your monogram.
Use a 5" wide band of fabric to add an interior pocket. Usethe narrow hem foot to turn the upper edge. Stitch vertical seams to create pocket sections.
Pin lining, bottom to lining bag, right sides together,matching center notches and side notches to side seams.
Fold handle, in half lengthwise, right sides together, andstitch lengthwise edge. Press seam allowances open. Turnhandle right side out. Place seam in the center matchingseam to notches and press. Topstitch1/8" (2mm) along eachside seam. Repeat for other handle.
Pin handles to right side of lining, matching notches, andstitch.
Pin lining to bag, right sides together, at top edge, matchingside seams and stitch. Turn bag right side out by pulling bag through opening in the lining.
Cut out a piece of heavy cardboard to match the shape of thebottom panel. Slip it through the opening between the liningand the bag and set at the bottom for added support.
Place lining inside bag and press. Fold under raw edges of opening and stitch together.
Topstitch top of bag close to edges.
Add piping at the seam lines of the tote for added interestusing the Piping Foot.
With a 5-inch wide strip of fabric equal to the width of thebag make a pocket for the interior of the bag. Use the narrowhem foot to turn the edges of the pocket quickly and easily...no more pins!

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