About the quilt pattern: The nine patch is one of the more traditional quilt block patterns--it first appeared on the scene in the early 18th century. Its popularity stems from the fact that it is quite easy to sew, there are almost infinite variations, and it doesn't require large pieces of fabric (the squares are typically only 1").
Maker caddies are small but MIGHTY! Available in four sizes, they can hold a project, tools, readers, wallet, phone, keys and MORE! Fully lined in 10oz cotton canvas with 1" cotton webbing handles, these totes can stand on their own. There are no internal pockets or top closure.
The caddies sit nicely by your side as you stitch. They can also double as a “grab ‘n go” bag for quick errands, a trip to your favorite craft brewery, or anytime you don’t need to haul around a kitchen sink.
Made from the remnants of vintage quilts used for quilt coats, each is one of a kind and cut and sewn to highlight the quilt’s distinct pattern. Even within the same pattern, sizes and design placement varies.
Any accessories, yarn, tools, etc in the photos are NOT included and are pictured for size comparisons only.
- Mini: 7" L x 4" W x 4" H
- S: 8" L x 5" W x 4.5" H
- M: 9" L x 5.5" W x 5" H
- L: 10" L x 6" W x 5.5" H