Online resources that provide walker caddy and other tote bag patterns include Nancy's Notion, Care Wear and Sewing Support. Nancy's Notion in particular offers cutting and sewing instructions for making the caddy.
Nancy's also provides a complete list of needed materials and gives suggestions on the type of materials that may be best suited for a given sewing project. One suggestion for a walker caddy pattern tote is to use a fabric made from strong material that can be easily washed, such as cotton or lightweight denim. The project can be completed in approximately one hour.
The Care Wear site also has a pattern for a caddy that is suitable for both a wheelchair or walker. Suggestions for alterations are also given, such as adding a zipper to one compartment of the caddy to protect things like wallets or other valuables.
The Sewing Support website also has 20 free patterns for totes, bags, or caddies that are appropriate for walkers or wheelchairs. Caddies for walkers are important because people can use them to store valuables or belongings that they would normally carry in a handbag. Caddies also ensure that people who need walkers can walk safely without having to carry things in their hands.