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Thread: bow tuck

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    Anyone working on one that can give a tute?
    Read directions but not clear.bought a panel so don`t want to srew it up.
    Do you all use fuseable batting?
    I made a bag before and just put 2 pieces of fabric with batting and quilted it.
    Are the sides a different piece?
    Thanks Gale

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    Quote Originally Posted by grma33
    Anyone working on one that can give a tute?
    Read directions but not clear.bought a panel so don`t want to srew it up.
    Do you all use fuseable batting?
    I made a bag before and just put 2 pieces of fabric with batting and quilted it.
    Are the sides a different piece?
    Thanks Gale
    I would love to see a tute on this too.

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    Me, too. Having trouble with the first step!

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    Me too, Me too.

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    Oh please. It would be wonderful.

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    bump

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    Let me look in my folder on PC, I think i took some pics and i will post them here for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith
    Let me look in my folder on PC, I think i took some pics and i will post them here for you.
    Ok, here are pics of the front outside pocket I remember it was a little confusing the first time for me too, so I took pics in case someone else needed help.
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    Ok, the first picture is "sew the front pocket piece to the front pocket lining piece..." "fold in half right sides together ... and press"

    The second pictures is Open and fuse PFF to the wrong side of the pocket along the line you just created..." Please keep in mind this was my first one and I was more concerned with directions than perfection. :)

    the third picture is stitch along sides.

    I am working on posting the last few pics for the outside picket.

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    the first pic here is "turn, and press."

    The next pic is step 7. and the pic after that show it on.

    Again, this was my very first bag and I just did the basic steps to practice. The last one is a bag I made for my daughter.

    turn n press
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    outside pocket sewed on
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    Anne's bag
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