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Thread: Found the large Fat Quarter Bag pattern!

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    Hi Bellaboo, I was unaware that you were looking for this pattern. I have made about 5 of them and they are the absolute greatest! I bought the book a few years ago. This is the bag that I take everywhere - to quilt shows, to classes, to homemakers, and for travelling. It holds everything, and for some reason the weight seems to be distributed evenly and it's never heavy.
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    Thanks for the link!

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    Thanks for posting the link. Great bag pattern.

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    BellaBoo: thanks for sharing; something my DD had asked me for and I was looking for all kinds of bags. Thanks again for sharing !!
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    It's not as easy as it looks. I had a horrible time getting the elastic in the casing. The instructions do not say put both hands in the bag and I was too dense to figure that out. LOL A poster here posted the directions how she was shown how to do it in a class for the bag. Now it makes sense but before I was ripping out seams and hair.
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