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Free Wheelchair and Walker Bag Patterns

These wheelchair or walker bag patterns come in many different forms and they are a great gift for anyone who needs to use a walker or wheelchair. These mobility walker bags, caddies and pouches have easily accessible with pockets so they offer a quick and easy way to keep things organized and easy to find. If you are using a walker/wheelchair/mobility scooter or have a dear friend that uses one, you can definitely make a bag for the walker to make moving things around more easily or to keep the essentials on hand if going out and about. They are perfect for using up scraps, storing the daily essentials, and easy to create for gifts.  All the wheelchair and walker bag patterns have provided measurements, but you want to make sure it would fit perfectly, you can measure the width between the handles and an approximate depth for the caddy.

Free patterns for bags for walkers and wheelchairs

Walker caddy tutorial

Walker caddy tutorial

by Rettspace

Quilted wheelchair tote bag – attaches to the arm of the chair

Quilted wheelchair tote bag – attaches to the arm of the chair

by Quiltwoman

Velcro bag for walker

Velcro bag for walker

by Sewcanshe

Hanging bag for walker

Hanging bag for walker

by Createswithlove

Walker bag with pockets

Walker bag with pockets

by Laurassewingstudio

Tote bag for walker

Tote bag for walker

by Tolentreasures

Wheelchair caddy

Wheelchair caddy

by Linnellatwhataboutthis

Wheelchair caddy bag

Walker organizer bag

Walker organizer bag

by instructables

Walker carry bag from placemats

Pattern for walker bag

Pattern for walker bag

by Mellysews

Walker pouch

Free pattern for walker bag

Free pattern for walker bag

by Morsbags

Wheelchair or walker bags

Wheelchair or walker bags

by Whataboutthis

Wheelchair/Walker bag with tutorial

Wheelchair/Walker bag with tutorial

by Scrapsaplemty

I hope you liked this roundup with wheelchair patterns and walker caddies. I can easily imagine them in different colors and will perhaps embroider the initial of the recipient just in case. It would be better if you use heavier duty fabric and heavy duty needle, or if you really want to use cotton fabrics, remember to interface them to make the bag more durable. Also, tell the recipient not to use it for heavy items as this will make their walker unbalanced and may even tip it over.

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Evelyn l. Walker - September 21, 2022

Hello,
I am not A Quilter , but I was in a thrift store and found fabrics that would

help . These will be my projects for residents in a rehab. facility where my son

is a resident . Thank you all for inspiring me. God Bless You.

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    Helen - September 22, 2022

    Sounds great! You don’t need to be a quilter to tackle this bag. You can make it

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Linda - September 21, 2022

Love all the wheelchair/walker bags very useful even just as a carry all bag too!

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JANET - September 22, 2022

I have a broken hip and now will be using a walker/wheelchair for here on out.

I was thrilled to see this article !

Love having a seasonable change. A conversational thing.

My one daughter is a paralgic and would love these also!

JANET

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    Helen - September 23, 2022

    I’m so glad to hear this was helpful and so sorry you broke your hip. I wish you speedy recovery

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