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Thread: Do you recognize this little bag pattern? Can you help me find it.

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    Senior Member gailmitchell's Avatar
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    Do you recognize this little bag pattern? Can you help me find it.

    Hello everyone. I've been away for a while, but I'm back.

    Are you a good pattern dective!! Would really like to make this project as a gift for a stitching friend of mine. Her birthday is soon. Does anyone recognize this little bag pattern? If so, would you let me know so I can buy it. I'm wondering if it's a kit or something? I've been looking for it for a few days without success. . I do like the little cross stitched pattern on it too. Any help that anyone can give, would be really appreciated.
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    It is French, sold as a kit. The bag is premade and you do the stitching through the open seamed bottom, then close up the seam. Threads and needle are not included, just the pattern, bag and color chart. Expensive, around $31 USD w/o shipping.
    http://www.lesbrodeusesparisiennes.c...vrage-lin.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    It is French, sold as a kit. The bag is premade and you do the stitching through the open seamed bottom, then close up the seam. Threads and needle are not included, just the pattern, bag and color chart. Expensive, around $31 USD w/o shipping.
    http://www.lesbrodeusesparisiennes.c...vrage-lin.html
    Wow, you are a good detective!

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    You are great!. thanks for the link. It's a bit expensive and I probably wouldn't get it in time. But I think I will adapt another small bag pattern and make one like it. Thanks so much for solving the mystery...
    Gail M.
    Pfaff 2140,Pfaff 1471, Juki TL98Q, Singer Featerweight 221, 1951
    http://quilt-knit-run-sew.blogspot.com/

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    yes, good idea. That's what I'm going to do. Now I'm researching nice little x-stitch designs to adorn the aida cloth.
    Gail M.
    Pfaff 2140,Pfaff 1471, Juki TL98Q, Singer Featerweight 221, 1951
    http://quilt-knit-run-sew.blogspot.com/

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    Check this out...You can make it any size you want.

    http://www.designsponge.com/2010/09/...ered-case.html
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    What a beautiful bag- wish it was available here. I spent 20 minutes perusing many of the other bag patterns and want to make them all.

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this little bag......the Atkinson Designs Zippy Strippy....If I can make it, ANYBODY can.......

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    Here is a link to another great site. If you sign up for the newsletter, you can save any of the patterns on the site, no chance of ever losing them that way.

    http://www.allfreesewing.com/Bags-and-Purses/ml/1

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