I’ve got a bit of a different project for you today. This Walker bag pattern came into being because of a sweet sweet dear friend of mine.
God Bless her, but she isn’t one to sit still for very long!
When she made the courageous decision to have back surgery, I knew I had to make something special for her.
I whipped this up one night to help her carry her things and various notebooks from room to room as she worked towards recovery.
It has proved to be so useful for her that I’m sharing it with you too.
I found a few other options out on the internet for walker and wheelchair bags, but honestly, most of them were way more complicated than they needed to be, in my opinion.
So I kept it simple.
All my walker bag needs to do is give easy access to the things we normally carry in our hands or our pockets.
Plus maybe a little more room for the occasional stray remote or water bottle.
I also made it sturdy and quilted so the fabric wouldn’t be flimsy or wrinkly.
You can download the FREE Pattern here.
One last photo peek… Look at that cute flamingo fabric! 🙂
Pay It Forward
I would like to urge you to always pay it forward if you can. If you have a friend who just had surgery or if you have a friend or relative in a nursing home, make a few and share the love!
Tell me what you think! Leave a comment below. Is this something you plan to make in the near future?
I’d love to see it. You can tag me on Instagram @iseestarsquiltling
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