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Thread: I finally took the bow tuck plunge

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    Senior Member Kim Bohannon's Avatar
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    those are really cute! good job!
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    Bow Tucks are my favorite purse......just love all the pockets you can put inside. Nice job.
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    They are pretty.

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    Love your's I want to make one soon!!!!!

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    Both are very nice, but I LOVE the horse purse. Great job.

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    Your bow tucks look very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kate2962 View Post
    fab bags - what is the pattern and where can I get one?
    The pattern is called Bow Tuck bag. There is also a mini version if you prefer smaller. The pattern is available in many LQS or on line shops. I finally purchased one at a small LQS in AL last fall. It is quite simple to make. The longest part of the process is quilting the larger pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dianna1234 View Post
    I have the pattern but haven't taken the plunge yet. How long did it take to make your first one? These are gorgeous and you have excellent taste in fabric.....since I have the same fabrics
    Since I only get to work on these projects for an hour or so 3 or 4 days a week, it took me several days to finish. I guess maybe 5-6 hours total time. Not at all difficult. You cannot really see it in the picture, but I added piping to the top of the horse bag. I really like the effect of the piping. The bag I am currently working on is black and white with red piping, very striking.

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    Lovely bags! Great fabrics too!!
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    Great bags!
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