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Thread: Making a Cutting Mat etc. bag to take to classes ...

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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    I'm wanting to make a bag to carry my cutting mat and supplies to classes.

    My goal would be to only have to carry in my sewing machine and this kit bag! Do you think it's possible? or impossible?

    I'd love to
    * see some pics
    * get ideas, tips, hints, etc.
    * receive pattern suggestions
    * hear what are the MUST dos and also, the DO NOT do thises!
    * and anything else somewhat related!!!!!

    Please :?: and Thanks Everyone :!:

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    Sorry I can't offer you any info on the bag. Just wanted to say hello from a fellow Ontarian and comment on your avatar. It is beautiful. Any chances of seeing a larger pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. Wills
    Sorry I can't offer you any info on the bag. Just wanted to say hello from a fellow Ontarian and comment on your avatar. It is beautiful. Any chances of seeing a larger pic?
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    waves back to my fellow Ontarian!!! Where abouts are ou?
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    Here's a better look!

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    I know you want to make one, but I bought a rolling bag that holds everything including a smaller cutting mat... After I purchased it, I wondered if a large rolling suitcase would have worked...

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    Senior Member DMotyl's Avatar
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    very nice

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    Thanks for the picture. It is truly a lovely quilt. I am from Hamilton. Happy quilting!!!!

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    there is a really nice pattern out for a tote bag big enough to carry rulers and mats., made by Kay Buffington, you could google that. Look at www.kaysquilts.com, she has a take to class bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    I'm wanting to make a bag to carry my cutting mat and supplies to classes.

    My goal would be to only have to carry in my sewing machine and this kit bag! Do you think it's possible? or impossible?

    I'd love to
    * see some pics
    * get ideas, tips, hints, etc.
    * receive pattern suggestions
    * hear what are the MUST dos and also, the DO NOT do thises!
    * and anything else somewhat related!!!!!

    Please :?: and Thanks Everyone :!:
    I did a google search & there are actually a few sites w/ patterns.

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    Beautiful quilt

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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    Thanks to all re the quilt ... it's a favourite and Oh "Sew" Easy to do!


    CraftiLady ... thanks! Yes I had checked with Mr. Google, before I started this thread.

    I was hoping to get first hand notes from others as to what worked .... or did not! :)

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