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Bag 11 is a cosmetic type bag I made following the 'Trinket Case' tutorial by It's Sew Illustrated. I like the zipper instructions for this one, the rest of that gusset type construction gave me no end of grief. I quilted my main body piece and lost some size so I should have adjusted the gusset pieces. It's not lined, so a little messy on the inside but it's usable, just not something I would give as a gift ;) It's a tutorial I'll try again, I'll just make sure to follow along more closely... I do tend to veer off into 'I've got this' mode a little quickly sometimes. I used 'Oh Canada' by Stonehenge fabrics and it finished at 9" x 7" x 3" It already has a tube of toothpaste, a bottle of tylenol and a tube of polysporin in it.
Bags 12 & 13 are Totes, made following a 'Tote Bag' tutorial at Craft Buds. I wanted something 'Canadian' to use while shopping in the local shops when I'm in England to replace the Sobey's bags, which I find hit the ground when I carry them while walking. I went with a partial lining (about 6" from the top), thin batting with minimal quilting (either side of the seams) and no edge seams so they fold up reasonably small for when they are not carrying groceries. I used 'Discover Canada' Andover fabric and some 'Oh Canada'. They should be perfect!
The stripe one finished at 14" x 12" with 15" quilted handles and the squares one finished at 14 1/2 x 12 1/2 with 20 inch handles.
Bag 14 was created because I had a piece of fabric already quilted, a slip up when I was making my first 'Sew Together' bag (I cut the fabric wrong and got it quilted before I realized). It's just a simple unlined flat zipper pouch, nothing fancy and it will hold whatever sewing notions (or other stuff) I can't fit into the other two pouches. They are great for keeping things organized when travelling. I use the one I made last year to keep all of my charging leads, ear buds, thumb drives in. This one finished at 9" x 8"