Homeward Bound makes a great shopping or travel tote
This video is an introduction to Homeward Bound from the video class for the bag at Make Bags With Brenda. This pattern is also available in a paper version.
Homeward Bound travel tote may be made with panels
Make your bag unique by using panels, or choose regular yardage to create a minimalist one-fabric look on the front and back.
Nostalgic panels, one hiding a large pocket, complement this softly structured bag with decorative rings, a relaxed side silhouette, protective bag feet and interior slip pockets. The design is finished with a secure, zipped closure. The sample bag shown was made with a panel from a collection by Robert Kaufman called Discover Canada.
Homeward Bound’s sister pattern, the Uptown Girl Tote, is an American version of the same bag.
Be sure to view the photo gallery further down to see what others have done with this pattern!
Homeward Bound is also available as a video class
Homeward Bound Pattern and Extras
Select any picture to view a slideshow that includes pattern requirements, plus available kits and notions. Click the pink button beneath the slideshow to shop the bag.
A comment from Jocelyne Sarault
“I used all my material and I’m ready to go walking and impress the other walkers with my new bag! The front is Ottawa where I live and the back is Whitehorse, a city I visted a few years back on our trip to the Yukon.”
Show ‘n Tell Gallery of Homeward Bound made by customers
Click on the pictures in the gallery to see the full photo and description. To add your project and be entered in our monthly draw, go to Show ‘n Tell.
Please note that a correction was made to this pattern. The error has been corrected but if you purchased this pattern before July, 2017 please check to see if your copy was affected.