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Thread: A very pretty tote/purse

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    A very pretty tote/purse

    The Ambrosia pattern is here http://amandamurphydesign.blogspot.c...rosia-bag.html

    If you scroll down, on the right hand side you will find her free patterns and there is a pdf of the ambrosia bag here.
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    Thank you that is super cute!

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    Thanks. this is a cute bag.

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    Does anyone know the dimensions of this bag....looked on pattern, then tried to figure out from pieces shown....still can't determine the finished size.... Thanks
    Di in TX

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    Cute bag i will have to print out the instructions

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    Thank you! Added it to my favorites! It's at the top of my list to make - it's just so cute!
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    Best guess on dimensions are roughly 18X6X12.5 - not sure if they are in the right order and I didn't allowance for seams. She has you sew main panel to bottom which is 6X18 making it 18" with the other side being 12.5" and then the width of the bottom is 6". But I have one ???? and will count on one of you .... From what I can tell, other than the lining, I could use just FQs ... right?

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    Thanks for sharing. I added it to my favorites.

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    That is soooo pretty. I love the fabrics used.
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    Thank you for the new webpage! Cute bag, but even cuter other tute's!!!
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