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Thread: free pattern - tool carrier

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    Cool free pattern - tool carrier

    http://www.fabricbuffet.com/images/h...arrier_pdf.pdf

    I was looking at some downloads at the fabricbuffet.com site and ran across this tool carrier in the free patterns section. I remember seeing a post where someone was looking for something similar - not sure if it was this group or not. It looks really cute so thought I'd share.

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    Thank You. I am always looking for something to take my tools to class in. This looks easy.
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    Thanks! The instructions look like they'll be easy to follow.
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    Great post! Thanks for finding this!
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    Thanks for poating the link-looks like a good project.
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    Thank-you for sharing looks like a fun project.

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    Thank you for sharing.
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    Note: You will need to put a zipper around the outside edge, as your things can fall out. I put an elastic 1/2 inch wide
    2 inches above the bottom pocket and then another one 2" above that elastic, to hold those small items, make sure
    your heavier items are put into the slots on the right hand side and pencils, extra blades, small rulers, pins, etc., are
    put into the slots on the left side. I also added a self contained zippered pocket on the front to hold my car keys,
    extra cash, credit card, wallet, etc. and then added one on the backside to hold my patterns/books and used velcro
    to close both. If you add these pockets, be sure not to catch any of your stitching on the inside, so put these pockets
    onto the tool kit front and back before sandwiching together. Using a zipper foot, I put on an "open ended zipper" all the way around, starting in the middle - half way between left and right sides at bottom of the bag - 1 1/2 " up from bottom - then when it was folded in half - the left side of the zipper was on the left and the matching right side was on the right.
    zipper was on the right side. Hope this makes sense...
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    Does anyone have or use a tool case like this one:?

    http://www.amidonquiltworks.com/travelCase.php

    Yes, it was Laquita, that was looking on the 10th Nov. and I sent her my free instructions and pictures for the bags that I make.

    If so do you ahve a pattern, I am needing/wanting to make some for some GF for christmas and can't find a free on the internet. Does anyone have one they made up and woulnd't mind emailing a copy of your design to me? I am a visual learner so I really need the pattern, not too good at making them up myself, even though this does look pretty simple. If you do please PM and LMK.
    Thanks so much
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    thanks for sharing
    Nancy in western NY

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