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Thread: Zippered ditty bag pattern

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    If you take the pattern on the link below but change the process at step 6 you can make the flat one it seemed you wanted....instead of matching the bottom seam with the zipper and ironing flat, open the zipper first, then fold the tube at the zipper so the bottom seam is at the opposite end and iron it flat...insert the wrist loop near the zipper and stitch across both ends. Turn the ditty bag right side out thru the zipper.

    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    I've done many of these. Hope it will help. you will have to figure out your own sizes

    http://modernquiltlove.wordpress.com...ouch-tutorial/

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    Thanks for tip. I'll try that.

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    Thank you all for helping me with this. Such nice people here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktbb
    If you take the pattern on the link below but change the process at step 6 you can make the flat one it seemed you wanted....instead of matching the bottom seam with the zipper and ironing flat, open the zipper first, then fold the tube at the zipper so the bottom seam is at the opposite end and iron it flat...insert the wrist loop near the zipper and stitch across both ends. Turn the ditty bag right side out thru the zipper.

    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    I've done many of these. Hope it will help. you will have to figure out your own sizes

    http://modernquiltlove.wordpress.com...ouch-tutorial/
    Cute idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBama
    No, I got in trouble today cruising the net and my son had to check out my computer for virus, etc. He delivered a very nice, but firm, lecture about wandering about on the net unescorted by anti-viral software. All is now well, but I don't want another lecture, so will wait a day or two before venturing forth again. How times change! I remember when I was doing the lecturing.
    Why don't you have an anti virus program ? The free one AVG is the best I've used and warn me if I find a website that could harm my computer. It cleans my email of any virus too. Of all the years of having a computer I have had only one virus infect the system and that was before the good anti virus programs were available. AVG auto updates everyday so I don't have to remember. :thumbup:

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    Yes, AVG is the best and you can't beat the price. FREE

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    Hi BellaBoo - I had AVG antivirus, but somehow it disappeared. Naturally my son thinks I did something. Anyway, he has cleaned and installed antivirus, so I'm fully loaded again.

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    Check out the link below... it is a pattern I passed onto my granddaughter, who is making them for Christmas gifts for her girlfriends. Together, we've made dozens of them, and it is very easy. And yes, the pattern is FREE.

    http://sew4home.com/projects/storage...s/445-wristlet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moon Holiday
    Check out the link below... it is a pattern I passed onto my granddaughter, who is making them for Christmas gifts for her girlfriends. Together, we've made dozens of them, and it is very easy. And yes, the pattern is FREE.

    http://sew4home.com/projects/storage...s/445-wristlet
    Love this pattern. Will make some Christmas gifts out of this pattern.

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    Thank you! That is exactly what I wanted.

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