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Thread: Working on Pocketbooks

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    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You have just proven to my DD that I am not the ONLY one in the world who uses the term "pocketbook"!
    They are very beautiful.
    Hugs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furza Flyin
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You have just proven to my DD that I am not the ONLY one in the world who uses the term "pocketbook"!
    They are very beautiful.
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    Furza Flyin, my mother used the term all the time, so I still do on occasion, so you are not the only one in the world who calls them that. :)
    I prefer one with lots of pockets, myself! LOL

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    I love them!!! You have done a marvelous job on
    those purses.

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    Is #2 one of those that you can switch out the outer covering? If so, was it a fairly easy pattern. I've looked at that one a few times.

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    Do you have a pattern to share for these???

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkitty
    Quote Originally Posted by Furza Flyin
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You have just proven to my DD that I am not the ONLY one in the world who uses the term "pocketbook"!
    They are very beautiful.
    Hugs!
    Furza Flyin, my mother used the term all the time, so I still do on occasion, so you are not the only one in the world who calls them that. :)
    I prefer one with lots of pockets, myself! LOL
    :D I love lots of pockets too!

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    I like those. great job!

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    I really like the second pocketbook -it is different!

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    Those are very cute. I love making purses. In fact that's what got me back to sewing after 11 years. I ordered a book to make fabric bags/purses and loved sewing again. I have made 1 for myself, 1 for my daugher and 1 for my grandaughter. I have 3 more to make for relatives.

    In turn...making those got me to clean out the closest here in my sewing/computer room. Looking at all of the fabric and patterns and supplies got me thinking that I really needed to get back to sewing.

    Like others have said...you have a one and only. Unless of course someone else loves the fabric you used and wants one just like it. My daughter wants another one...just like mine.

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    neat really like them

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