Perhaps I had Elle's bike in mind when designing the Red Music pattern for Gypsy? Here is my Inside Out Tote hanging from the handlebars (instructions for making below.) It's a good idea to wash the solid canvas first if you want your bag to be washable - the canvas shrinks more than the fabric outer layer. These bags have been great for school books, hockey supplies, baguettes and many other sundry items. The handles fit nicely over shoulders for a hands free experience!
Cut 2- 17"x17" squares from Main Fabric
Cut 2- 3"x30" strips from Main Fabric for straps
Cut 2- 17"x20" rectangles from Canvas Fabric
Cut 2- 3"x30" strips from Canvas Fabric for straps
Place 2 17"x17" squares of Main Fabric right sides together
and sew (3) three sides of squares together using 1/2" seam
With bag still wrong side out, to form corners of bottom, pinch side seam and bottom seam together to form triangle.
Stitch across triangle 2" from point of the triangle and trim leaving 1/2" seam allowance.
Place 2 17"x20" rectangles of Canvas Fabric right sides together. Sew (3) sides of bag together using 1/2" seam allowance. To form corners on bottom of bag, follow instructions for Main Fabric bag.
With Main Fabric bag right side out and canvas bag wrong side out, slip inside bag inside Main Fabric bag matching side seams. Fold top of Canvas Fabric bag to inside 1/2" and press. Then fold down another 2" over the Main Fabric bag, press and pin. Top stitch 1/4" from top and bottom edge of 2" band.
To make straps for bag, place one Main Fabric strap and one Canvas Fabric strap right sides together and sew using 1/2" seam allowance down both long sides of strap. Turn right side out and press. Repeat for second strap for bag. Turn to inside of strap 1/2" on each end and press. Attach to outside of bag front and back approx. 4" from each side seam, on 2" band. Top stitch each strap by stitching a square with an X in the middle.
Find some wheels and go!