Formation Bucket Tote

All praise the Marie Kondo movement! Seriously, my type A personality loves a clean and organized house. Especially when all the things can be contained in cute bucket totes - like the Formation Bucket Tote!

This bucket tote kit makes a large bucket tote.

Sew you wanna know how much time it's going to take?

About 5 hours

 

Finished size: 16" Tall x 14" Wide x 10" Deep

 

These totes make for great organizing bins but they don't need to hide in a closet, with the awesome prints you can pair together and give a home to all the things!

I did some simple quilting on this. The more quilting you use - the more stable your tote will end up being.

Tips to avoid the dreaded seam ripper:

-Make sure to have a frixion pen for marking the triangles at the bottom of tote for sewing

-Ensure your handles aren't twisted prior to sewing them into place

-Have a mallet handy to flatten the top seam before topstitching around the top of the tote. You don't need this but it will make the finished tote look that much better.

-Maybe you know someone with a leather punch and rivet press - then this is an awesome finish for your handles. 

Maybe you already have a Formation Bucket Tote...you can always grab a Bucket Tote Interfacing Kit and pick out your own fabrics and handles to make a one-of-a-kind decor item for your home!

Click here to buy the Formation Bucket Tote Kit!


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