Out of my stash he chose some camo fabric for his scripture tote. And then I just picked whatever else to go inside. He didn't care.
And then when that was done, hubby batted his baby browns at me and asked if he could have a new scripture tote too--in a different camo pattern.
O.K. fine. Not what I really wanted to do at the time, but I did it anyway.
Both guys are now happy.
And I am done with this project.
- I don't really have a pattern for this, the basic side piece I use measures 9 1/4 inches by 6 3/4 inches with the corners rounded out.
- Zipper section cut to 3" wide at the length you prefer. I like the zipper to cover almost 3 sides completely, if not a little longer so you can easier get your scriptures in and out.
- All but 1 zipper I used from my stash.
- Made to fit this size of scriptures.
- Embellish with a front pocket if desired. I kind of like the slanted zipper. Then you don't have to worry about being so even, and perfect.
- You can also add an inner pocket if you like.
- Inside seams enclosed with 1/2 inch double fold bias tape.
- Handles are approximately 1 1/4" wide and 10 inches long--finished.
- On hubby's tote I interfaced almost all the pieces because the fabric was a bit thin.