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Thread: Bow Tuck bag, minus the bows

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    Senior Member Wendys Quilts's Avatar
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    Bow Tuck bag, minus the bows

    Its been quite a while since I have posted anything. I do stalk the boards every day though!

    I just wanted to post a picture of my latest bow tuck. I used coffee material. I just LOVE the coffee beans for the bottom and the handles lol. While I was making this I thought about making more coffee. In my mind I could smell the coffee brewing LOL I didnt put the bows, but i did put in a zipper!

    I hope the picture goes through. I am using photobucket for the first time. It says it is attached here. So I will see. )
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    Phew it worked. I was afraid it was going to be too big lol
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    I love this. I am going to look for material to make one for my friend. great job!!! thanks for sharing with us.
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    Just wonderful, I love it, great job and thank you for sharing.
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    Fabulous purse. Thanks for sharing.

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    That is a stunning bag, love the fabric you used.
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    Very nice bow tuck, someone is going to be thrilled to have it!
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    Nice!! I like that fabric too. You did an awesome job.
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    You've created a fantastic bag. I like the fact that you added the zipper. Not having a zipper was the only thing that was a drawback in the design of the pattern. You could use the same concept of the overall construction for a taller tote, too. The fabric is delightful. Oops, gotta go for another cup of java....

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    Great purse. Love your zipper. I still have to make one with a zipper. It's on my "to do" list.

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