Wall Pocket Tidy Tote.

If there's one thing you'll learn about me as a result of this blog, you'll find out that I'm particularly obsessed with tutorials for two things: a) babies/kids and b) big bags.

Here, my two obsessions have collided! JCasa Handmade has a great tutorial for a Wall Pocket Tidy Tote (click the link then download the .pdf file) created for kids to carry all of their things around the house so they don't make a mess. When they're not using it, it can hang on door knobs for storage. Hang some on door knobs through out the house to encourage your kids to clean up. I think it would also make an awesome tote for picking books at the library. You could also use it to store all those plastic bags that you get from the grocery store.


  • 1/2 yard of exterior fabric
  • 1/2 yard of lining fabric
  • 1/2 yard heavyweight fusible interfacing
  • scrap fabrics to create the patchwork pocket
  • 1/3 yard of 1” wide cotton webbing (or you could just make your own straps from the fabric and interfacing)


Post a Comment