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Time Warp Tote {free pattern for Cloud9 Fabrics}

2015 March 24

I am thrilled to let you know that I’ve been able to make a free tutorial for Cloud9 Fabrics! The Time Warp Tote is created using Jessica Jones’ Time Warp fabric line and Cloud9 Cirrus Solids. I love the amazing retro-look fabric.

This tote bag is a great size for carrying just about anything. Plus it’s got a great little pleat in the centre so you can add a little pop of colour if you want. It’s fully lined in a fun way, though it took me two tries and much seam ripping to sort it out!

Ready to make one? You can access the downloadable pdf on the Cloud9 Fabrics “Make it Sew” Project section. (Love the geeky reference there!)

Bark cloth is so soft and lovely to work with. It’s thicker than quilting cotton, but has a nicer drape than canvas or home decor fabric. Just make sure you finish your edges. It does tend to fray because of the loose weave. I can see an amazing retro set of curtains made with them too – the floor length ones, with the pleats at the top. *swoon*! Too bad Jessica did’t pick the colours to match my living room!

I’d also really recommend the Cirrus solids. Super soft as well and yarn dyed. So they look amazing too. I am loving the yarn dyed options lately. They really add an extra layer to the colour in the fabric. (P.S. The entire Cirrus Solid collection is currently available from my sponsor Fabric Spot.)

I’ve got another Time Warp Tote I am excited to show you, and it comes with a little tutorial! I’m 100% certain you’ll see another one after that. It is the perfect size for a gift and my kids’ teachers might be the lucky recipients of some canvas de-stashing by me!

I love working with Cloud9 Fabrics, they were amazing through the whole process. I was fortunate to be introduced to them through Esmari from Warp and Weft and Elizabeth Olwen, who’s Wildwood line inspired the Forest Glen Satchel pattern. (And I just saw on Instagram that she’s got a new line in corduroy coming out this fall!) I have to say once again that the collaborations and connections I’ve been able to make through sewing/blogging have been so much fun. The DIY community is so generous and kind. I am truly grateful to be a part of it.

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  1. March 25, 2015

    That’s an awesome bag! I’ve got a Craft Gossip post that links to your tutorial here:

    • March 25, 2015

      Thanks so much Anne! I LOVE the fabric. Jessica did an amazing job – and organic is so nice to work with. Much Appreciated. Have a wonderful day.

  2. March 25, 2015

    Great bag! I love the pattern of the fabric matches on both sides of the pleat.

    • March 25, 2015

      Thanks Mirjam. I held my breath on that one! I’m so glad it worked out! :)

  3. March 25, 2015

    I have the fabric and the pattern ready. What type of interface or batting did you use?
    Great bag, thank you for sharing.

    • March 27, 2015

      Hi Judy – Pellon SF101 Shapeflex if you are using medium weight fusible, or Pellon 987F Fusible Fleece if you’d like it more structured :) Thanks!

  4. March 26, 2015

    It is SO beautiful!

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