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Thread: BAG from 10-Minute Block

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    Junior Member LouBert's Avatar
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    Used 2-1/2" squares to make this bag from the 10-minute block pattern
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    OH my - how cute.

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    That's adorable!

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    Wondered how that block would work if done smaller. Have done it in 5" blocks. Very nice bag.

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    Love the bag .... did you draft your own pattern? Or where can we locate it?
    Is it lined, any pockets or batting used?

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    Very cute. Good idea.

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    Nice bag. 2-1/2" squares must have been pretty tricky sewing. I had a hard time with 5" squares.

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    That is sure a nice bag. I have lots of 2 1/2 inch squares. :D

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    Very pretty -- I love it! :thumbup:

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    I have been making the 'bali bags' for xmas, so it uses the same structure, but it is of course a different size than their pattern. It is lined and has pockets on the inside. I used the 'quilt as you sew' method but, if you like a 'firmer' bag i would use a 'interfacing' also

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