The Quilted Wildwood Market Bag – Free PDF + Servicing Your Sewing Machine

with Erin McMorris, Coats, & Colleen Lea

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Free Wildwood Shopping Bag ePattern

A beautiful weekend sewing project provided by Coats.  This intermediate shopping bag sewing pattern is free to download and print.  This tote was sewn together with Free Spirit’s Wildwood fabric, designed by Erin McMorris which is what initially drew me to this free tote project. With a coordinated phone or sunglasses pocket attached to the side using simple cording, the quilted (or unquiltedWildwood bag will be your go-to bag everyday.  This bag would also make a great day-tripper, or diaper bag due to the size, shape, and capacity.  Simple, functional, fabulous!

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Servicing a Sewing Machine: by FashionSewingBlogTV

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Bagmaking Techniques:

How to Add Easy Pockets to Your Bags
How to Sew Boxed Corners
Turn Straps Without Turning Tubes
Add a Zippered Lining to a Bag
How to Sew a Stiff Base for Your Bags
Shorten a Metal Zipper
Sew a Shoulder Pad for Your Strap
Install a Recessed Zipper
YKK® Adjustable Strap Buckle Tutorial
Add Purse Feet to Your Bags
How to Install a Tuck Catch
Install Twist-Lock Purse Clasps
Re-attach Your Zipper Pull
Install a Sew-In Magnetic Snap
Sew Corded Bag Handles
Learn to Make Zipper Pulls
Easily Create Faux Piped Bag Handles
Design Your Own Bags
Attach a Purse to a Sew-on Frame
Bag Closure Techniques

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  7 comments for “The Quilted Wildwood Market Bag – Free PDF + Servicing Your Sewing Machine

  1. Profile photo of Bunnie
    April 10, 2012 at 1:13 pm

    That is so cool – would be a perfect bag to take on a cruise, for the excursion days!

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    suddenlysandra
    April 10, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    This is a very pretty bag – I made it a week ago out of radishes fabric :) I prefer to carry my totes over my shoulder so next time around I’ll cut a strap @ 6.5″ x WOF (thats for 2), which will add about 7″ length per strap – that’s how long I usually make them :)

  3. Profile photo of Beeshebags
    April 10, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    I quite like this bag, and will have to give it a try real soon!

  4. Profile photo of Carla  G
    April 11, 2012 at 4:28 pm

    cute bag! :)

  5. June Jung
    February 8, 2014 at 8:59 pm

    Link not working for this one can you please reset it thanks

  6. Profile photo of Pattern Hoarder
    February 9, 2014 at 9:11 am

    Hi there! Thanks for letting me know. I have updated this post entirely. Enjoy the free pattern!