I recently made the Tinker Tote, based on the pattern and Craftsy class from Tara Rebman. The outer panels of the bag are created using the Quilt-As-You-Go (QAYG) method, and it was a lot of fun using my scraps.
The "fiddliest" part of making this bag was adding the binding around the straps. Tara demonstrates this very well in lesson 7, and what I liked most about the class was all the little tips and tricks she offers to make the process as simple as possible.
In a lot of the samples I've seen of this bag, the makers used a fun print for the inner lining. I chose to use a solid color because I need to be able to find things easily.
While I really like this bag, it is a bit larger than what I normally carry for an everyday hangbag/tote. If I make it again I think, like several others, I would reduce the pattern size by 20-25%. All-in-all though, it makes a great tote, and I really like the QAYG panels to add some visual interest, while expressing what I love to do to others!