Back home, I hit eBay and found it listed as AMM or an "All My Memories Tote". This light blue one is the 14" version.
What is it about boxes or totes or satchels? I've always been like this...give me some new container with lots of little nooks and crannies, and I turn into a little girl gathering school supplies for the first day of school in a higher grade!
This is working well for my transient sewing habits. Seventeen little pockets, five little elastic loops for tools. That pull-out drawer behind the zippered flap is my favorite little feature! LOL
There is an 18.5" version that has a lazy susan thing that allows you to twirl the little tote around as it sits by you on the table. Yeah, that 18.5" baby is in my future, especially if I can find it in YELLOW! *grin*
Some sewing-supply company should make these for quilters and needlework enthusiasts. I have some ideas I'd be happy to share if you are such a company...ideas that would make it more sewing-friendly.
Another tote I saw and snapped at the June Gathering was this nice extra-large zippered tote of a heavy canvas material. The owner used it to transport her hoop and quilt for hand quilting on the go. She found it at Hancock Fabrics (not the same as Hancock's of Paducah).
It was FUN, and I wished for some little Barbie Doll clothes to iron! *laugh*
The last photo shows just the tip of the little iron. It fits perfectly in my new Sewing Tote.
Tonight, I'm in a happy "Organized Tote with Lots of Little Things, Pink and Yellow Girl-y Mood"!
(I doubt Gordon would even attempt to understand or explain this mood. He has given up on trying to understand or catalog the thousands of female moods! He's just happy when I am happy. LOL)