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Thread: Anyone know of an EASY pattern for a quilted bag??

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    Anyone know of an EASY pattern for a quilted bag??

    The construction should be easy, I can do stars and stuff.

    And while I am asking, what would you use on the back of a quilted rug? I saw a gorgeous one the other day, but I didn't like the back, seemed like it would slip? Burlap, maybe?

    Thank you!
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    I got an email from moda bake shop yesterday and they had a really cute bag. I've seen others on the Internet. Just google quilted bags. Would also like to know what to put on the back of the rug.

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    Thanks, Misty's Mom,
    I will go over to Moda, see if I find anything that looks easy!
    Nancy
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    On the bag of quilted rugs. I made a quilt which gets on the floor I hand stitched some nonslip stuff to stop sliding and accidents happening. Does it matter what is on the back if it goes on the floor?
    OR. do you call a throw on a sofa a rug as my SIL does., you can then use a my fabric one big piece or just scattered blocks . Some the back looks more exciting than the front especially when a long arm quiter has finished.
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    Hi Dotty,
    I was thinking about the nonslip stuff, like the stuff you put in cabinets? Yes, sometimes I like the back better!!
    nancy
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    There is some non-stick stuff that you put under rugs. But I've had trouble getting it to stay in place. You could sew it on and then it would stay.

    I was thinking of something else, though. An aunt (now deceased) gave us some t-shirt decorations made of needle-punch (like a rug, made with yarn). She sprayed or spread a product on the back that allows it to stick on the t-shirts, then taken off and stick on something else. It won't stick any more if it gets dirty. I think it was a product made by Alene. I looked for it in stores and I was never able to find it. Maybe someone else knows what it is.

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    Check out Lazy Girl patterns. She has good instructions.
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    Thank you, ladies. I appreciate it,
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    Jenny Doan has a tutorial on YouTube for an easy peasy quilted bag. My friend, Fran, here on the board, can whip three of them out in a day.
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