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    Super Member Vanuatu Jill's Avatar
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    a few more purses made this week

    I have made these this week-hope you like them!
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    WOW! They're very pretty! My fav is the 1st one. I love the colors that you used. Can you share the name of the pattern for the first bag, please?
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    Your color choices are beautiful. You are becoming a 'professional'..Great job!

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    Beautiful color combinations and craftsmanship!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinbee View Post
    WOW! They're very pretty! My fav is the 1st one. I love the colors that you used. Can you share the name of the pattern for the first bag, please?
    That pattern for the green daffodil bag with the big bow is called the Tohokyu Tote-I got the pattern off the internet and printed it off, but there is no place it says where I printed it from. It had two different bow treatments, I like the larger one like I used. I subscribe to so many on-line craft/quilting sites, I can't remember. I bet if you Google the name of the bag, it will come up. The other two, obviously are Bow Tucks. If you get it, let me know before you start-there was a few problems with the instructions I can correct for you.

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    Your purses are lovely as usual.

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    Beautiful! Do you sell these? Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice bags.
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    Do you make those for sale? They are so pretty and cheery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanuatu Jill View Post
    That pattern for the green daffodil bag with the big bow is called the Tohokyu Tote-I got the pattern off the internet and printed it off, but there is no place it says where I printed it from. It had two different bow treatments, I like the larger one like I used. I subscribe to so many on-line craft/quilting sites, I can't remember. I bet if you Google the name of the bag, it will come up. The other two, obviously are Bow Tucks. If you get it, let me know before you start-there was a few problems with the instructions I can correct for you.

    here is the pattern http://www.iammommahearmeroar.net/20...hoku-tote.html
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