Would you like to put your sewing skills to the test by making some great bags? Here are some great and free patterns for you to try out.
The name says it all. This big beautiful bag makes a great project for sewers of all levels. It’s an incredible bag to make and very handy once completed.
This see-through tote makes use of cotton fabric and vinyl. It’s super cute and has a variety of applications.
The Mod log cabin tote is a quilting project that uses quilt as you go techniques. The end product is beautiful and spacious. You can use it to carry books, class materials, projects and even a laptop.
It’s not every day you come across a pattern that makes sewing (or knitting) easier. This yarn project bag has enough space to stash your yarn and an opening where you can easily roll out the yarn.
Give this easy peasey drawstring backpack with an exterior zippered pocket a try. It’s a great choice for beginners!
Plenty of space to a little bit of everything with this cross body bag. It features two main pockets, a slim third pocket and a zipper pocket on the back. Perfect for sewers that love travelling.
Immerse yourself in sewing this eye-popping beautiful clutch bag with three compartments and a coin pocket on the inside. Intermediates should try this pattern out.
For sewers that love life on the road, this two zip fanny pack is the perfect pattern to try out. It has lots of space for your essentials and requires easy sewing techniques.
Another great bag pattern for travelers. This neat little bag comes with a cross body strap and three interior pockets and in three different sizes so you can pick what you want.
A big, bold and beautiful bag that’s perfect for spring. The color blocked tote is large, roomy and downright fashion forward. Works with most casual and formal outfits.
Don’t let the leftovers from your previous quilt projects go to waste. Try out this exciting scrap yard tote bag and put those scraps to good use.
Gift yourself with this one of a kind scrap bag. There are plenty of creative opportunities with this tote and you can make it in different colors and fabrics.
Try out this little clutch bag pattern with plenty of space. It has a zipper compartment for small items or coins and a magnetic snap!
Don’t let the name fool you. This bag has plenty of pockets and space for all your essentials. The added straps makes the bag easy to carry and you can try out different themes.
If you love to go out and shop, you will love this roomy shopping bag. The bag has plenty of space with wrap around pockets on the exterior and is reversible.
Make the most out of one yard of fabric by making two tote bags. The totes have a lining and zipper closure to make the bags more practical. This pattern is a two-in-one that ends up in two elegant bags.
This handy and durable tote is the perfect bag to take with you wherever you go. It has a great look that you can take to lunch dates without a problem.
In less than an hour, you can have this immaculate Japanese knot bag whipped up. It’s a great pick for beginners and also happens to be a great scrap buster.
The twenty minute tote is a popular pattern because of how simple and quick it is to make. The result is a sizeable, elegant and multi-functional bag that you can use for picnics, grocery runs or even carry books.
The Lauren bag will warm its way to becoming your favorite accessory this spring. A classy, elegant and spacious bag that can do just about anything you want it to do. It’s strong, and just the project to show off your handmade skills.
This one yard dish towel tote is a variation of the typical placemat tote. The tote is made from colorful dish towels and is surprisingly comfortable to wear. It’s an economical, eco-friendly and easy to make tote ideal for beginners to pick up.
What can you do in five minutes? How about try to make this 5-minute free bag pattern? Just set up a timer and go! It’s simple and quick. It’s also quite handy once it’s done.
This fat quarter friendly chubby totes is a must-have addition to your closet. You can use it to carry your lunch and it doubles up as a great purse or zippered container for your sewing arsenal.
Fish laundry bags aren’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of making a bag. But now that you see it, you can’t understand how you didn’t think of them before. The bags are cute, and useful. You can use them to store toiletries and a boat load of other items.
Here’s a nice little bag that you don’t see every day. This handy bag keeps everything neat and organized INSIDE YOUR CAR! Don’t go fishing under the seats for your phone anymore, in just a few minutes, you can have this little bag done and ready to keep your car’s interior in order.