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    Super Member mscupid804's Avatar
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    I was hoping the pattern was free, but they are still cute as heck!
    Teresa
    "I collect wind chimes."

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    I agree that IS a cute zipper bag. Although I have not yet taken
    on the "task" of trying to sew a zipper into anything...... YET is
    the operative word there.

    Surely it can't be any harder (or maybe it can who am I to speak)
    then making button holes and sewing on buttons all with the machine.

    So excited (or anxious?) waiting to get my name LOL.
    Louise - I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world . Also collect homemade pincushions, and sewing/quilting themed fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knitette View Post
    Well skaduzy - you might be in luck after all! I've just learned how to put in a zip . The pink one is made with fabric Quilty-Louise sent me last month.

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    I am looking for a pattern for something like this, Did you get the pattern online somewhere. Would you mind sharing? Thanks
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knitette View Post
    The pattern is 'Bridget's Bagettes' - there's three sizes. I made a tartan one for some lucky (?) SP this morning.

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    Thank you so much
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilty-Louise View Post
    I agree that IS a cute zipper bag. Although I have not yet taken
    on the "task" of trying to sew a zipper into anything...... YET is
    the operative word there.

    Surely it can't be any harder (or maybe it can who am I to speak)
    then making button holes and sewing on buttons all with the machine.

    So excited (or anxious?) waiting to get my name LOL.
    Louise, zippers are so EZ GF!
    Teresa
    "I collect wind chimes."

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    I am so glad for your son hav4boys!
    Zippers really hard for me mscupid, love either one Knitette
    Totes are easy for me.
    I agree with clsurz lets not take that attitude, although I know that there have been problems

    Working on names.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lstew2212 View Post
    Thank you so much
    Nancy's Notions (the sewing with Nancy tv lady) had the pattern the cheapest, 6 dollars and something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori Peercy View Post
    Zippers really hard for me mscupid
    Sorry to hear that Lori. Been doing them for a VERY LONG time so I suppose that's why they come so ez to me.
    Teresa
    "I collect wind chimes."

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    Quilty-Louise went to Walmart and bought QM mag, now I just need to get motivated to make it. LOL!
    Knitette I'm sure going to try and find that pattern, its very cute and could sure use it for lots of different things.
    Can't wait to get my name!!

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    Well I have some errands to run today, so while I am out thinking
    about hitting the WalMart that still has bolt fabric and getting some
    "fleece/felt type batting (which is what I use in Wall hangings.

    I use the "good" batting for quilts to cozy up under. While I am out
    going to see if Joann's is still running their "ironing board" fabric for
    $1 off regular price, if they are I will pass on buying any if not then
    I need to buy up SEVERAL yards because I am planning to "resurface"
    ALL of my ironing board this year (just don't ask "when" I will do that).

    But I can hardly wait for my name so that I can buy their goodies.

    Caio everyone until later.
    Louise - I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world . Also collect homemade pincushions, and sewing/quilting themed fabrics.

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