Simplicty Womens Patterns in Design Space

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

July 31st, 2018 • Contributor: Jenny Alger from Everyday Jenny

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

Sewing is easier than ever before with Simplicity and Cricut partnering to offer digital sewing patterns for your Cricut Maker. If you have been curious about what kind of fun women’s patterns you can make with your Cricut Maker, this post is for you!

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

These fun Peter Pan collars would be a great project for a beginner sewer. They are a simple pattern that will add a bit of flair to any outfit.

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

Amber Simmons made a classic white collar, but you can also make all sorts of colorful ones to show off your personal style like That Black Chic did with hers.

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

This cropped top that Palidrome Dry Goods made is perfect to pair with shorts for a cute, retro-inspired summer outfit. While Camden Sleeps decided to use swimsuit fabric and make hers into a cute swim top.

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

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Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

Chambray Blues recycled old jeans into this denim ruffle purse that cut with ease with the Maker.

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

Last but not least, this clutch by Sugarcoated Housewife is perfect for holding your essentials for a night out. Amber Simmons also made one with a fun pop of color.

Simplicity Patterns for Women in Design Space

What is your favorite Simplicity pattern in Design Space? Tell us in the comments below!

Bag and Tote Projects with Simplicity and the Cricut Maker

8 Bag and Tote Projects with Simplicity and Cricut

July 24th, 2018 • Contributor: Ginger Bowie from Ginger Snap Crafts

The Simplicity Patterns in Cricut Design Space paired with the rotary blade in the Cricut Maker make sewing so much easier. From beginner to advance sewing projects, you are sure to find the perfect pattern for your next sewing project! Today we are excited to be featuring 8 Bags and Totes made with Simplicity Patterns and the Cricut Maker. Let’s get started!

Simplicity Bags and Totes With a Cricut Maker

These are some of the must-have supplies if you decide to tackle any of these fun sewing projects.

Are you ready? Let’s check out some fun bag & tote projects from our favorite Cricut bloggers!

This cute Change Purse from 30 Minute Crafts would be perfect for the college student on the go or for your pre-teen hitting the amusement park with her friends for the first time. You can customize it with your school colors or a funky pattern. I’m loving the cute floral print though! Annnnd that key fob handle is perfection!

Summer is travel season. Annnnnd isn’t this Cosmetic Tote Bag from Simple Life beautiful? I love the zippered pouch, and I love that it’s big enough to hold all your toiletries.

Do you need something a little smaller to slip inside your purse? This Cosmetic Bag from Sookee Designs might do the trick! Isn’t it cute?

School is about to start in a few weeks. Isn’t this Art Caddie from Silly Mama Quilts adorable? Use it as a teacher gift or send it to school with your kiddos’ school supplies neatly tucked inside. It’s sure to be a hit either way!

The clear pocket on the front of this Tote Bag from Amber Simmons is too cute! Use it to store all those hard to find items.

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This cute little bag had me at the ruffle! Isn’t that adorable? Any little girl would love to carry her treasures around tucked inside this cute Ruffled Tote from Jennifer Sews Again.

Check out this version of the Cosmetic Bag from Pattern Revolution. Just a few changes in the fabric choices give it a completely different look. I’m loving the cute bird design & the floral print.

This sweet Bike Bag from Tastefully Frugal is adorable! Use it to hold your keys, change or wallet. Change the fabric & customize it to match your bike.

Alright, as a bonus, one more cute tote! I am loving this cute bag from Bonnie & Blithe. The choice of fabric is on point, and I love how it matches the Cricut Maker perfectly!

Which Simplicity inspired project did you like best? Which one would you want to tackle first? Do you have a Cricut Maker? If so, have you used it to cut fabric yet? Let us know how it went in the comments below. Don’t forget to pin this post and share away if you like to!