A beautiful Kaleidoscope patterned tote bag with four variations. A Foundation Paper piecing pattern.
Named after Buttermere Lake, which is thought to be derived from old English meaning ‘The lake by the dairy pastures’ due to the rich fertile pastures by the lake and along the valley. However there is a school of thought that the name may be Nordic in origin. Large numbers of Vikings settled in Cumberland in the 9th and 10th centuries. One, Jarl Buthar may have had a hidden stronghold in Buttermere valley – or should that be Buther’s Mere?
Includes fully illustrated instructions in English, with a cutting list and block patterns
Fabric requirements are on the back cover.
The pattern is for a tote bag 18″ x 14″ ( 46cms x 36 cms ) approx
This is not a digital download and is only available as a printed booklet.
Please note this is a pattern not a finished tote bag. The pictures of the finished item are for illustration only
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