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Thread: Son's misfortune is Mommy's Gain

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    What luck. And the poor little thing thought he had done something bad.
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    What a good lil boy, LOL
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    that is a great way to look at it LOL
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    I will probably kick myself for pulicly humiliating myself when you answer but I have to ask anyway....what pray tell is a "snap bag"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnotherMadQuilter View Post
    I will probably kick myself for pulicly humiliating myself when you answer but I have to ask anyway....what pray tell is a "snap bag"?
    Here is a link to another Quilting Board member that has posted a picture of some snap bags that she created.

    1 bag led to another and another...

    I just happen to pick up a pattern for them about a week ago at a local quilt show for $.50. Had not gotten a measuring tape yet, until yesterday He was more scared of the noise when the spring sprung inside then anything. He was not having a good day to start with and this happens. The good thing is that we had two of them so I was not mad when it happened, just happy that I did do not have to take a brand new one apart.
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    These are really nice!

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    Great save!

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    Sounds like fun, I love making snap bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnotherMadQuilter View Post
    I will probably kick myself for pulicly humiliating myself when you answer but I have to ask anyway....what pray tell is a "snap bag"?
    Thanks for throwing yourself on that grenade, I was prepared to take the public humiliation hit..

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    Smile Snap bags

    Where can I find instructions for these great little bags?

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