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Poolside Tote

I used to sell Thirty-One when we lived in Alabama. I even sold it for a few months after we moved to Ohio. Shortly after though, I stopped since I wasn’t getting any sales and I wasn’t a fan of their products.

When we moved to Nevada, we found out that we had some Alabama friends stationed here. Thank goodness!!! We were hanging out once and my friend had asked if I still sold Thirty-One or if I knew anyone that sold. I asked her what she was looking to purchase and she said she needed a tote for towels and whatnots. I told her that I could make one for her.

I showed her a few options and Noodlehead’s Poolside Tote was the winner.
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After I cut out the pieces I took a photo and posted it on Instagram. Doesn’t it look great?
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The inside. Didn’t she pick out great prints?
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I hung it on my ironing board to show how big it is.
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A close up of the interior. I just love that small hook.
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Isn’t it just so cute?
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A small fishy that I had to show a close up. He’s so stinking cute!
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All completed!
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This tote ended up being pretty easy and quick to sew together.  I was a little worried that I would have a hard time because the pieces are so weirdly shaped.  It was fun and I can’t wait to make another one.

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2 thoughts on “Poolside Tote

  1. brother-m on said:

    This looks great. Good work!

  2. Love it! Nice job on the seams!

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