Do You Love a Good Bag?


Do you love a good bag? I wanted to share some of my favorite bag patterns with you today because, I LOVE bags!

Each of these patterns is designed with functionality and style in mind, so you can carry all your essentials. Whether you need a new tote bag, a clutch for a night out, or something to stash all of your makeup or craft supplies in, I’ve got you covered with these free patterns and templates.

These patterns are perfect for both beginner and experienced crafters, with easy-to-follow instructions and detailed illustrations. With a range of fabrics to choose from, you can make each bag truly unique. I have also included some of my favorite SVG cut files that are perfect to embellish a tote bag!



As usual, all of these patterns and files can be downloaded FREE on my blog! I love to see your Sweet Red Poppy creations on social media! If you share them, don't forget to use #sweetredpoppy so I can take a peek!

Oh ... and, in case you didn't hear, I'm giving away a Cricut Maker 3 and enrollment to my course, Cricut Made Easy. You can enter every day! Enter to win here.

​Hair Claw Clips ​

The 90’s are calling, and claw clips are all the rage right now! I love this set of flower claw clips on Amazon and my girls love them too. Click here to shop!​

​Wool Pressing Pad​

Have you ever tried ironing on a wool pressing pad? I had to try one out after one of my sewing friends recommended it, and I’ve really enjoyed using it! It’s so much easier than getting out my full-sized ironing board and it’s great for small sewing projects like sewing quilt blocks. Click here to shop!​

​Wooden Clapper​

If you’ve ever pressed and pressed and pressed a seam and just couldn’t seem to get it flat enough, then a wooden clapper is what you need! In my quest for perfectly flat seams, I came across a wooden clapper and I’ve been hopelessly devoted to it ever since. For the best results, I recommend using a larger-sized clapper that’s a heavier weight. Click here to shop!​

​Sewing Needle​

When was the last time you swapped out your sewing machine needle? Did you know it should be changed out every 8 hours of sewing or in between each project? If it’s time to change yours, you can order more needles here! I stick with a basic universal needle for the majority of my sewing. Click here to shop!​


I appreciate you being here, crafting with me!

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