Tuesday, 23 June 2015

A new Edge Tote

I had the chance to sew up another Edge Tote for my local quilt shop, Thimbles and Things, in Orillia, ON. Thimbles and Things is participating in the annual Row By Row, which is a sort of shop hop with participating shops spread across 50 states and Canada. It runs from June 21 - September 8. You can visit any shop to receive a free pattern for a row. Then, quilters can choose to create a quilt using at least 8 different rows by October 31st and bring it into a shop to win 25 fat quarters.

The fabric they chose for the bag includes a quilter's map print and quilter's license plates print. All are available in the shop.

Thimbles and Things is carrying the pattern for the bag along with these quilty fabrics. So if you're in the area, stop in to check it out and get a free row pattern! If you're not in the area, you should check out their blog. It's pretty funny; scroll down for royal family memes ;)


  1. I love that bag! Our local shop chose to do a canvas bag with their license plate appliqued on the front. Are you going to try to make a row by row quilt?

  2. But seriously, that quilter's map fabric is the cutest thing I've ever seen. You've got quite the collection of these bags started now, haven't you?

  3. What a great bag. The fabrics are fabulous.

  4. What Terri Ann said!! That fabric is just adorable! The resulting bag is just too cute :)