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Thread: Diamond Island Tote (challenging for me)

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    Very interesting pattern! Your bag looks great! Love the colors!
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    Great tote, really like the fabric you used.

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    Awesome tote!!!!!

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    Beautiful...........love the colors and the design.

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    Very pretty!

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    Awesome, cute, adorable, pretty and the list goes on. I absolutely love it! It is beyond my skills. I think I would get dizzy weaving it together--what am I saying, I am dizzy all the time. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Well Done!
    I think that'd be challenging to most everyone ... like fighting with a couple of octopus'!

    When you say it's large .... how large?

    It looks like it'd make a great shopping purse/bag!
    Thank you for all your wonderful comments.

    The dimensions of the tote are: 12"-Height, 14" Wide, 8"-Depth

    If using for shopping, I would suggest more substantial handles. I made mine according to the pattern. They are strips with 1/4" cotton cording in them. Each handle is three strips braided together.

    I'm really interested to see some more of these posted here on the quilting board.
    Have fun!
    Last edited by quiltingdoe; 06-16-2012 at 12:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingdoe View Post
    Thank you for all your wonderful comments.

    The dimensions of the tote are: 12"-Height, 14" Wide, 8"-Depth

    If using for shopping, I would suggest more substantial handles. I made mine according to the pattern. They are strips with 1/4" cotton cording in them. Each handle is three strips braided together.

    I'm really interested to see some more of these posted here on the quilting board.
    Have fun!
    Indeed it'd be a perfect shopping assistant ... could stash lots of loot as you go from shop-to-shop! Or one that'd be good for toting along WIP when we head to our LQS to find additional fabrics.

    Thanks for the tips!
    Though, I think it is one pattern that you'd definitely need the pattern!!

    Your weaving strips .... are they strips sewn and turned? Or do you have a batting inside of them?
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    I think it is beautiful, love the handles!

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    Delicious fabrics! Nice bag!
    Helen T.

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