The Tribeca Tote sewing pattern from Indygo Junction boasts an eye-catching exterior using a modern-take on the Seminole patchwork quilting method ideal for using jelly rolls or Bali pops. The large side gussets give this slim-profile tote to room expand to a roomy bag. Interior pockets offer storage for everything you need to carry. The sewing instructions for an alternative version are also provided. Finished tote size: 7” deep x 13” wide (bottom edge) 8” wide (top edge) x 13 ¼” high excluding handles. The top gusset width when opened is 14”. We are loving the Tribeca tote bag in the batik fabrics, or, some “Shimmer” from Northcott!
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“Created by the Native Americans of southern Florida, Seminole strip piecing is based on a simple form of decorative patchwork. Seminole strip piecing has uses in quilts, wall hangings, and traditional clothing. Seminole patchwork is created by joining a series of horizontal fabric strips to produce repetitive geometric designs.”
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