For my latest project I wanted a tool bag that you could hang on the back of the chair. I find that in the Sewing classroom tools can end up all over the place, and tripping over them is not a fun experience.
I decided to make a simple tote that you could zip on and off of the chair. It was super simple and after making it I found the tote had a lot more uses than expected!
I works perfectly on the back of a chair, just like I wanted! It even fits nicely on the back of student desk chairs.
It’s handy in the kitchen!
It’s also great for toiletries. Especially, when traveling.
Difficulty level for this project is about 5/10. You need to be comfortable working with thick fabrics. The binding, zipper, and top stitching also takes a bit of precision. That said, it is an unlined bag which makes cutting and preparing your fabric a breeze.