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241 Tote || Driftless

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead 241 Tote || Driftless - NoodleheadAh! So excited to keep sharing my Driftless projects with you! If you’re just reading, my newest fabric collection with Robert Kaufman Fabrics, Driftless, is now available in shops! How exciting! It’s so amazing to see folks using it already, too! I’ll be featuring those projects in my Instagram stories if you care to see!

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

So as soon as this print hit my hands, I knew it had to be a 241 Tote. I don’t know what it is, but I love it when I get a fabric and I know exactly what to make with it. Sometimes that’s the hardest part, and even harder to keep waiting for that ‘perfect’ project to come to mind. It was really fun revisiting the 241 Tote again. I haven’t made one in over a year, so it felt really nice to sew something familiar.

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

The main print was based on water lilies that were in the Mississippi River. And the secondary print is based loosely off the pattern you’d see on a Common Loon. I just love this mix along with the chambray.

241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

It’s fun to look back on these pictures we took over the summer.

Pattern: 241 Tote
Fabric: Driftless (by me!) for Robert Kaufman Fabrics, Interweave Chambray241 Tote || Driftless - Noodlehead

2 thoughts on “241 Tote || Driftless

  1. Kathy says:

    I love that pattern and it looks fabulous as that bag!

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