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Thread: First Bow Tuck Purse

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    Hello all,

    Here is a picture of the first Bow Tuck Purse I made yesterday. I didn't feel the need to quilt the fabric. I followed the pattern and used the pictures from the tutorial posted here by member, klnsmith. I was intimidated, but amazed at how it all goes together. Also, purchasing the Mini Bow Tuck pattern from another quilting board member.

    I am still thinking about the button for this one. Off to Joann for some more fusible fleece to make another.

    What do you think, not bad for a guy?

    :lol:

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    love the bag

    :thumbup:

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    Wow that is so lovely and neat,love the fresh colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManQuilter66
    Hello all,

    Here is a picture of the first Bow Tuck Purse I made yesterday. I didn't feel the need to quilt the fabric. I followed the pattern and used the pictures from the tutorial posted here by member, klnsmith. I was intimidated, but amazed at how it all goes together. Also, purchasing the Mini Bow Tuck pattern from another quilting board member.

    I am still thinking about the button for this one. Off to Joann for some more fusible fleece to make another.

    What do you think, not bad for a guy?

    :lol:
    This is great. I bought the pattern, but have delayed making it. Your's is an inspiration for me to bit the bullet.

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    I have yet to make one for myself. This would be the perfect color combination!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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    Very, very nice!

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    I love it! Such a fresh, clean color palette and combination of fabrics. Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManQuilter66
    Hello all,

    Here is a picture of the first Bow Tuck Purse I made yesterday. I didn't feel the need to quilt the fabric. I followed the pattern and used the pictures from the tutorial posted here by member, klnsmith. I was intimidated, but amazed at how it all goes together. Also, purchasing the Mini Bow Tuck pattern from another quilting board member.

    I am still thinking about the button for this one. Off to Joann for some more fusible fleece to make another.

    What do you think, not bad for a guy?

    :lol:
    I sure do like it and love the colors that you used.

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    Not bad at all...It looks great!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love making Bow Tuck's, I have made about 20 of them and find they are such fun... Love yours, and the colors are beautiful... Yup your right, "not bad for a guy" LOL

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