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Thread: Small Quillow Pattern

  1. #11

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    Hello Rebbeca. Carrie sent me the site for http://www.keepsakequilting.com/productdetail/7105.htm and I checked it out and this pattern is as close as I have seen. Not exact but very close. I may use this one. I also received a site from H M K so you may want to check out her reply to me.
    Thank you so much I truly appreciate this help.
    This is my first time posting and already I am hooked on you ladies.
    Thanx again
    Patty

  2. #12

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    You are absolutely right Rebbeca. It folds up and has a pocket on the front that the bag goes in , just like a quillow.

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    THANKS PATTY.......

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    I went to this Guild one time and said that is it for me. Much to clicky and snobby. I like down to earth fun people. I love to laugh and I love to make people laugh. Three of my frinds and I have just bookedseats for a bus tour to Lancaster, Pa. for the Quilt Show there. I am so excited I could scream. You meet some of the nicest people on these trips. Oh ya and spend a lot of money.

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    Hi There,
    This is the first time I've left a message. Re: the quillow tote. If you click onto the Keepsake Quilting site given in one of the other messages, you will see the picture of a quillow tote and I bet you can decide how to make it. If not, the pattern costs $9.00 plus about $3.00 shipping. I've already ordered it so I can make it as a surprise for a sister who quilts for various charities. Lots of luck making it!

    Pat of Abington

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    http://www.binkypatrol.org/images/bi...ns/quillow.pdf
    is a pretty detailed pattern. If you keep the proportions, you should bw able to size it as you like.

  7. #17

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    Thank you so much, but would you believe I made the same thing yesterday. All I did was cut my fabric 14" x 37" and the straps were 4 inches wide and as long as I wanted them. I also had to make a facing to sew the straps onto the bag, can just attach to the bag on the outside if you want and sew them good so they don't pull off, then I sewed up the sides and put a pocket between the straps to fold the bag into and there I had it. In other words make a bag and just add a pocket yo the outside.
    Try this before you buy the pattern.
    Thank you again for your information.

    Patty

  8. #18

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    Good Morning Patty here again. If you go to http://sewing.about.com/ and in the left column click on Bag & Purse Projects and then go to page 2 and clcik on Sew Your Own Durable Groceery Bag abd there is the pattern. Again just add the pocket to fold the bag into.

    Have a great day

    Patty

  9. #19

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    I found this link

    http://u-handbag.typepad.com/uhandblog/

    Go to the tutorials on the right and there is a bag with gussets that you fold up to put in a carrier. With instructions!

    Great site.

    Donna

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    Thank you so much for the information

    Patty

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