As the first SewMichelle Quilt Pattern, Purse-onality Quilt has made a splash!
With a quirky take on the traditional quilt, Purse-onality stays true to Michelle's love for tote bags while still being simple and easy to put together. Showcasing an adorable raw edge applique purse block, the fabric pieces are fused on the block with Heat and Bond and then machine appliqued using your built-in stitches!
Super easy! The accent block is an Irish Chain-Block - so all straight sewing!
This adorable Purse-onality Quilt would be a great addition to your couch decor!
Measures: 39 1/2" x 59 1/2"
- 1 3/8 yards of Fabric (Fabric A)
- 3/8 yard of Accent Block (Fabric B)
- 1/2 yard of Accent Fabric (Fabric C)
- 3/4 yard for Purse (Fabric D)
- 1/2 yard for Flaps and Tabs (Fabric E)
- 2 1/2 yards for Backing
- 1/2 yard for Binding
- 1 1/2 yards of Heat and Bond Lite
- One (1) Package Wrights Jumbo Rick Rack
- Pilot Frixion Marker
- Sharpie or Marking Pen
- Roxanne's Basting Glue
- Seven (7) Buttons
- Standard Sewing Notions
I was so anxious to release my first quilt pattern. I love to ooh and aah over quilts as much as the next girl and have always wanted to create a quilt pattern. But I struggled with creating something that wouldn't take a long time to make - I am an instant gratification kind of girl after all! The technique used in Purse-onality makes it quick, easy and fun to put together!
Hope you enjoy my first quilt pattern and look forward to more!