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Thread: bow tuck

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    Junior Member Lorettan's Avatar
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    bow tuck

    want to add a flap closure on the next bow tuck tote i do. has anyone done that? how big did you cut the fabric for it?

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    I have not done a flap....I would just try different sizes 'til you get the look you want

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    I haven't made one like that yet.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
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    Can anyone post what company puts out the bow tuck purse pattern. My LQS had never heard of it when I asked. Thanks a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmhall2 View Post
    Can anyone post what company puts out the bow tuck purse pattern. My LQS had never heard of it when I asked. Thanks a lot.
    Bow Tucks Tote pattern is by Quilts Illustrated. I'm surprised that your LQS didn't offer to look it up for you. Here's a link to a good price for one. I paid $9.00 at my LQS.
    Nancy in western NY

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    I made one for the mini size Bow Tuck. I made it 8 1/2 inches wide to finish at 8 inches. I used a dinner plate and made a circle and cut it in half. I used the magnet snap to hold it closed. Hope this helps.

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