I made the Knot Tote free pattern years ago, with a quick hand-drawn pattern uploaded to Google…and was blown away by the response it received. More than 4 years later, I still receive e-mail requests from Home Ec and sewing teachers worldwide for permission to teach this quick and easy purse pattern tutorial to beginner seamstresses. I am honored, humbled, and thrilled to have made a sewing pattern that is so perfect for a beginner seamstress to learn how to sew. Especially a FREE one. (You can see the original post HERE).
That being said, I thought it was time to update this classic pattern. Moving it from outdated hand-drawn files to a more streamlined and digitized version.
Knot Tote Free Pattern.
*Please note – I kindly ask that you refer your friends to this page when wanting to share the pattern so that they can download the pattern directly!
Please do not e-mail the file directly. Why? Because you see those ads on the sidebar? That is how I get paid. ‘Pageview traffic’ & ‘affiliate links’ are part of my salary, and I appreciate every single person who visits my site! So thank you, thank you for being here and for downloading the free Knot Tote pattern, and for referring your friends to this site to do the same. It means the world to me, and helps the Sewing Rabbit continue to run :).
FABRIC SEEN IN THIS POST
Did you know Minted sells fabric now? Yeah…it is pretty amazing. The same artists that create beautiful designs for the cards and stationary we all know and love, are now making fabric. And it is all sorts of beautiful. Eye candy for the fabric lover. As of now, it is only home decor fabric. Which makes it great for purses, totes, pillows, and of course….home dec projects. Hopefully they will start to incorporate other fabric textiles in the future – because their designs are crazy awesome.
Here are some of my other faves:
PS – you are more than welcome to sell purses made by using this pattern. I would be absolutely delighted to know that I am helping a seamstress out there put food on her table in her handmade shop!
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