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Thread: question about making a clothesline cord bag

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    Senior Member SWEETPEACHES's Avatar
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    question about making a clothesline cord bag

    Well, really not a clothesline bag. One where you only use fabric and batting, like this.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...eDEbs3tm0&NR=1

    She uses a whole jelly roll plus batting to make that bag. Has anyone made these to sell? I'd love to give it a try, but jelly rolls are like 45.00+.
    I'd have to sell the bag for 100 to make it worth it. Have any of you, made and sold these bags?

    Thanks for any help or suggestions.

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    I made one but not that particular bag and not to sell. Thanks for that link! The one I made used regular batting--not Duo Fuse but boy do I wish I had thought to use it! The regular batting didn't want to stay in place while I sewed it and I was constantly cutting the excess off even though I had cut the batting narrower. But to answer your question with a question, why don't you cut your own strips? Got to be cheaper that way.
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    IMHO The bag is not worth $100.

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    very pretty bag, I have seen some of that brand of batting and wondered what to do with it. Did not buy it.

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    Would it work with fudible fleece
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