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Thread: Christmas Mini-Bags

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    Found these directions online and made one bag. Hmmm, then my brain kicked into gear. I put "chain piecing" to work, and boom, boom, boom... the sewing machine is just spewing them out. (I average 4 little bags an hour.) 2 Fat quarters make 4 bags. I'm finding it hard, though, to not eat the candy I put in them. Great little gifties for the piano teacher, neighbors, friends. At this rate, I might just start handing them out at the corner and wish everyone a Merry Christmas. :)
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    Oh how cute! Can you share where online you found the pattern. Thanks - it looks like you are making alot of people happy! :)

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    Those are really cute. :thumbup:

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    So you really are a Santa Elf?

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    How cute :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kasmitty1
    Found these directions online and made one bag. Hmmm, then my brain kicked into gear. I put "chain piecing" to work, and boom, boom, boom... the sewing machine is just spewing them out. (I average 4 little bags an hour.) 2 Fat quarters make 4 bags. I'm finding it hard, though, to not eat the candy I put in them. Great little gifties for the piano teacher, neighbors, friends. At this rate, I might just start handing them out at the corner and wish everyone a Merry Christmas. :)
    Those bags are really neat...

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    Cute idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kasmitty1
    Found these directions online and made one bag. Hmmm, then my brain kicked into gear. I put "chain piecing" to work, and boom, boom, boom... the sewing machine is just spewing them out. (I average 4 little bags an hour.) 2 Fat quarters make 4 bags. I'm finding it hard, though, to not eat the candy I put in them. Great little gifties for the piano teacher, neighbors, friends. At this rate, I might just start handing them out at the corner and wish everyone a Merry Christmas. :)
    Adorable, I love these as well. can you share where the pattern came from? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRanda
    Oh how cute! Can you share where online you found the pattern. Thanks - it looks like you are making alot of people happy! :)
    It's on allpeoplequilt.com.

    Pattern is at: http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...at-tote_1.html

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    How CUTE!

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