Stack And Slice Quilted Tote

Stack And Slice Quilted Tote

Updated 9/16/22

Stack And Slice Quilted Tote
Stack And Slice Quilted Tote

"This beginner-friendly quilted tote bag pattern is the perfect size for your daily adventures and it also makes a great gift. The stack and slice method is an easy way to make completely unique quilt blocks for customized projects. It’s great with planned colors or a scrappy look. Using the stack and slice method, each bag comes out different, too. I love how it turned out and this pattern is so easy (or should I say “sew easy”) to make, too. The pattern includes photos and a video with step-by-step instructions."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Sewing machine with free arm, such as the Baby Lock Jubilant or Brilliant
  • Cricut 45 mm rotary cutter, acrylic ruler, and self-healing cutting mat
  • Fabric shears or thread snips
  • Hera marker or fabric marker, pen, or chalk
  • Quilting pins or fabric clips
  • Cricut EasyPress Mini and Sewing by Sarah Wool Press ‘n Lock Tiles™, or iron and iron safe surface
  • Basic sewing supplies (seam ripper, etc.)
  • Optional: 1/4″ quilting presser foot with guide for seaming and walking foot for quilting through layers
  • Universal sewing needle
  • 100% cotton thread in coordinating or contrasting colors for bobbin and top thread

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