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Thread: Ditty Roo Purse

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    Super Member MaryKatherine's Avatar
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    Some one mentioned this pattern a few weeks ago. I'm between quilts and as I usually do I relax!!? with "something completely different" Cute pattern. Not difficult but diddly. Took two days. It called for fusing fleese to the materials but I quilted the pattern instead. This was a Dragonfly fabric. I was going to make a skirt..... but discovered I've grown. Sigh! So I made the purse instead.
    Back to quilting :D
    Mary Katherine

    Front with pouch, contrasting fabric
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    Back with full Dragonflies
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    Very unique .... how did you do the "cording" on front/pouch area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltQtrs
    Very unique .... how did you do the "cording" on front/pouch area?
    You make piping and then pull it up after its attached.
    MK

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    Very nice.

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    so, where can we get this pattern?
    It's very cute.

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    Wow! Normally I'm kind of "eh" about quilted bags but I love that style and you picked some great fabric to go with it! It looks like something I'd carry. Good work. :)

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    Wow! That looks great! Very nice:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by waladopa
    so, where can we get this pattern?
    It's very cute.
    www.studiokatdesigns.com

    Australian, as I recall. I'd had the pattern for a few months. Not expensive.
    MK

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    That looks awesome, perfect fabric for this project.

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    great! nice fabric

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