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Thread: Does anyone have or use a tool case like this one:?

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    I tried to access dquilts blog, but it would not let me open the tutorial? I kept getting a message that the page could not be opened in a frame. Anyone have a clue for me as to what that means?

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    A few years ago Bernina had a pattern for a similar one. You might try checking on their web site and blog to see if it is still available.

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    That will make a wonderful gift and is not hard. I've even seen it with a steno pad instead of cutting mat that could be used for students, meetings, etc. I don't use mine very often, but when I need it I know it's there. I usually use it for cutting paper, photos, things like that. I know that the rotary cutter I keep in it is not for sewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    I would just pay the $5 and get the pattern. Someone spent the time and effort to make this, why not pay her for doing that? $5 for a pattern is cheap!

    i don't mindpaying the $5.00 for the pattern, I am sure it is worth it. but my problem is I need it NOW. that s the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I like the free pattern you posted Yarn and Fabric. It looks like it is standing up and wouldn't that be cool to have on your sewing desk at class? I am thinking that if you have the small matt on the one side and put a artists small board enclosed in the flap, it would stand up and you would have a small ironing surface too!
    I agree, Tartan. That is a good pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    I would just pay the $5 and get the pattern. Someone spent the time and effort to make this, why not pay her for doing that? $5 for a pattern is cheap!

    the very talented lady who designed that pattern and has kept the price low, should have the respect and loyalty of other quilters/sewers ....it is truly the best one for it's purpose. Other items she designed years ago but did not patent have been copied by some very well known (TV) 'quilting personalitys' and patented by these 'pseudo celebritys'
    IMHO.....the pattern should be purchased by the person wishing to make the item.

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    Don't have one, but would love to!

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    I believe it's called the Quilter's Necessary. I love mine!

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    I saw this one in a link someone posted earlier. Looks very similar to what you're looking for. The pattern is a free download.

    http://www.fabricbuffet.com/cgi-bin/...es=0&lastmenu=

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