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Thread: Stash Buster Bags

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    They were fun. A gal at guild gave a demo last summer and a hand out. I will try to find it, no pictures. The bags are one piece without the handles and lined. Not difficult when you get the hang of it!
    Thanks for the comments!

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    do you need my address? :lol: kidding. i love them all. great job!!!!!!!

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    If you dont have enough quilter friends I would be glad to be one! they are great.. love the kitty ones! Where did you get the pattern? (are they flat bottomed). We use them all the time but my kids keep running off with mine.

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    Great Bags.

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    Nice Bags!! they will be great gifts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam S
    Cute idea for stash busting. Did you have a pattern or make up your own?
    Yes, they are very clever and I was going to ask the same question.

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    I found the directions for the bags. This was from a demonstration at our guild last summer.
    There are directions to make the bottoms boxy, or leave them and they are envelope style. Hope this helps. Barb did a great job of demonstrating them, so if you have questions, pm me.

    directions for "With Love Bags"
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    Thanks for the instructions!! :D

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltgranny
    Quote Originally Posted by Bottle Blonde
    Does anyone have a method they use to remind themselves to take the bags into the store?
    We keep ours in the back seat where we're more likely to see them. To me, in the trunk would be outta sight, outta mind.

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    I have a big stiff bag from Trader Joes that I have put all the rest of the bags into. That way, I just grab the one big bag and can pick or choose which ones are used. I've kind of collected bags from stores as I shop, but really like yours and plan to make some. I have a folded bag in my purse for those trips when I don't plan to buy!

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