241 Tote.

I saw this tote over at Alamode Fabrics.   I had a sweet little stack of fabric I bought to make a bag and  just hadn’t found a pattern.   This was it!  I absolutely love everything about this bag.

I added in a little hand embroidery.

And a longer strap with the selvages sewn on.   I love how funky and fun it turned out!  Great pattern if you’re in the market for a new bag.

Noodlehead 241 Tote.



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  • Jennifer

    OMG Lindsey I absolutely LOVE it! Seriously. I now want one too although I have no clue as to how to make a bag. Love your fabric and the selvedge handles. I think it is perfect!ReplyCancel

  • stobbe

    Great job and super cute! Always amazing me Lindsey 🙂ReplyCancel

  • oooo, i’m dying over here! this is totally awesome Lindsey. Love the amazing details you added and of course the fabrics are just amazing! thank you for sharing yours. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Danielle
  • I love your little bag! One of my blog readers turned me on to it. Adorable!

    And I love your Flickr photos sidebar. How do you do that? That’s so cool!ReplyCancel

  • What a cutie bag! I’ll have to try that pattern.ReplyCancel

  • Eileen

    So cute! 🙂 I love the fabrics you chose! I have to get this pattern, too!ReplyCancel

  • […] little girl requested a 241 tote for Christmas, just like Mama’s.    I love that she choose handmade over a store bought princess purse, my heart totally […]ReplyCancel

  • Linda Waldron

    Where did you get the pattern? Please let me knowReplyCancel

  • […] Left – LRStitched by Lindsey Rhodes, Top Right – Petit Lyons, Lower Left –  So Simply Stephanie, Lower Right – Culde […]ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Joyce

    Do you share your pattern for the 241 tote?ReplyCancel

  • Peggy Smth

    How can I get this pattern?ReplyCancel

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