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    Cyn
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    I would love to find a pattern for this snippet bag. Does anyone know of any? I googled it but had no luck. Ain't it cute? It has me baffled tho as far as making one:)
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    That one is very cute!
    Almost looks like a tulip!
    I will be watching this post for ideas!

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    if it were mine, i'd disect it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    if it were mine, i'd disect it!
    I like how you think! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    if it were mine, i'd disect it!
    My thoughts exactly !!

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    I have the pattern,let go find it.Connie in CO

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    Cyn, Looks complicated, but really isnt. Measure the length and width of one of the fabrics then sew them together like in the 1st picture, but make sure where the edges of fabric meet next to the corresponding letters you leave the seam loose a 1/4 inch.

    Connie in Co found the link! Good luck and let us see what end up with.

    Sew the 4 pieces together like above with 1/4 inch seams.
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    This shows sewing the sides.
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    This shows why you need to stop 1/4 inch from edges. This is the seam allowance for the 'sides'.
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    It's a Thread Holder,http://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com...r-pattern.html
    I hope it works for you.Connie in CO

    just do the http://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com

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    This is so cute!

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    Thank you so much!!!! You're the best :) I was afraid to disect it because I wasn't sure I'd get it back together. I've been playing with it for a while now. I thought I was losing my mind :)

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