Takeoff Tote Sewing Pattern
- Finished size: 16″ wide x 12″ tall x 5.5″ deep
- 30-page full-color excessively detailed instructions with 130 photos
- 5 computer generated pattern pieces (13 pattern piece pages, dimensions given)
- Top zipper closure
- Front zip pocket
- Suitcase sleeve or back pocket
- Inside patch pockets
- Lining is completely finished with no raw edges
- This is a PDF Sewing Pattern. You must be able to open, save, and print a PDF file.
- Sorry, no refunds on digital products. A download link is provided after purchase.
As the name implies, the Takeoff Tote is designed to be your personal item and sit on top of your carry-on suitcase handle. The straight sides make it perfect for a narrow airplane aisle and fitting under your seat. It’s a simple design on purpose, so it won’t take you more time to sew than it will take to travel to your destination. :) Testers have declared their Takeoff Totes as their new travel, work, teacher, knitting, and even diaper bags. When not flying, I use mine as a gym bag and as that extra tote I throw in my backseat with all the things I don’t want to carry in my purse but might need while I’m out. I hope you find it as versatile as I do!
Main fabric: 1 yard
Lining fabric: 1.5 yards
20” wide woven fusible interfacing (like Pellon SF101): 4 yards
Foam batting (like Soft and Stable or Bosal In R Form): 18” x 58” package
Extra firm interfacing (like Peltex): 15.5” x 5”
Two sided fusible web (like Wonder Under): Scraps or tape
Hard base (optional): 15.5” x 5” piece of chipboard or plastic canvas
20” or longer nylon purse zipper
10” or longer nylon purse zipper