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Thread: Has anyone tried this purse/tote pattern?

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    That is one of the things on my want to do list. I say go for it.

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    This is a really cute pattern! Give it a whirl!

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    I wanted to try bags for a change and ordered one from Connecting Threads..it was an Open City Tote Kit - but I can't find it on line this morning....I bought the kit to try it and thought that if it was fun I'd make some out of my stash fabrics....

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    Go for it. If you have a problrm just put it on the board.

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    Ah, here's the link for the pattern and Kit that I ordered... http://www.connectingthreads.com/Fab...it_KD2434.HTML
    It should arrive next week....I thought that it was a great buy to try out...would make great gifts.

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    Go for it! I did one in a class in an hour & then I made a few as xmas gifts it fun & easy!

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    Thanks Butterfly for the link! My computer crashed and I lost all the freebie sites. Now I get to restart my collection!

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    Connecting threads gives very clear cutting and sewing directions..at least for thier quilts. I would think it would be the same for thier sewing patterns. You go for it!

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    Penny Sturges wrote the pattern and it is very easy to do.
    Go for it!!

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