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Bucket Bag and Elite Tote

Bucket Bag and Elite Tote

What is the difference between the Bucket Bag and the Elite Tote?

Bucket Bag (lower) and Elite Tote in the same fabric

Bucket Bag (lower) and Elite Tote in the same fabric

The Bucket Bag is shapely with a roomy interior for everyday essentials.    It’s easy to wear over the shoulder or hanging from your forearm.  The Bucket Bag is adorned with a bow closure on the top. It’s constructed with the finest fabrics and jute webbing.  The Bucket Bag is the perfect everyday purse.  It measures approximately: 12″ wide x 11″ high x 5″ deep at base.  The thick interior lining allows bag to keep its shape and protect all that is inside.

bucket bag blue lam cotton

The Elite Tote is a high style bag constructed with the finest fabrics and jute webbing.  The Elite Tote is perfect for an everyday bag to toss in whatever you may need.  It measures approximately: 17″ wide x 16″ high.  The tote is available in a variety of sizes including a project tote and beach bag.  Limited quantities of each fabric are available.  Petite Elite $54.99 Elite Tote $64.99  Project Tote and Beach Bag $74.99

Elite Tote blue flower lam cotton

To see more of both bags look here.  Patterns to make your own Bucket Bag and Elite Tote are also available.


  1. I recently bought this pattern at PIQF. the gal mentioned some kind of a fusible lining–or was it a batting?, and I didn’t write it down. Do you have any hints as to what that might have been, and how to use it? Fuse to main fabric?

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      Hi Karen, the lining is a headliner material. Most quilt shops sell it in a package called Annie’s Soft and Stable. I hope that helps. Happy Sewing!

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