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Thread: I took a quilting break and got bit by the Bow tucks bug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    My first and it won't be my last! It was so much fun I'm ready to make my second one! I thought I needed something to carry my purchases in at the expo I attended in March. It worked out real well and all the pockets were wonderful!

    At first I was going to quilt the fabric but I realized I was under a time crunch and I didn't think I could finish in time. Instead, I added a few more buttons. For the closure I stacked two buttons together and added a few across the front pocket and beads to the side ties. I also put a magnetic snap on the inside (I'm so glad I did) which was a nice addition.
    I have to say - I'm hooked . . .
    Does the board have a pattern for this bag or where can I get
    it?

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    Great looking purse.

    I have made six now and working on a larger one to be used as a diaper bag and then as a carry all bag.

    Each one I make I add something to it to make it a little different.

    And they are fun to make.

    Blessings to you,
    Sandi

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    I love your bags!!!! I have 2 of them that DeniseB made for me!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nettie Phillips
    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    My first and it won't be my last! It was so much fun I'm ready to make my second one! I thought I needed something to carry my purchases in at the expo I attended in March. It worked out real well and all the pockets were wonderful!

    At first I was going to quilt the fabric but I realized I was under a time crunch and I didn't think I could finish in time. Instead, I added a few more buttons. For the closure I stacked two buttons together and added a few across the front pocket and beads to the side ties. I also put a magnetic snap on the inside (I'm so glad I did) which was a nice addition.
    I have to say - I'm hooked . . .
    Does the board have a pattern for this bag or where can I get
    it?
    After I got started it only took about four hours. But it was a fun four hours. I think it took longer deciding what to finish the front with!! The wonderful ladies at my LQS were trying all different buttons on the front for me! It was fun.[/quote]

    heres the information where I got my pattern. I have seen it in a lot of stores as well as online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nettie Phillips
    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    My first and it won't be my last! It was so much fun I'm ready to make my second one! I thought I needed something to carry my purchases in at the expo I attended in March. It worked out real well and all the pockets were wonderful!

    At first I was going to quilt the fabric but I realized I was under a time crunch and I didn't think I could finish in time. Instead, I added a few more buttons. For the closure I stacked two buttons together and added a few across the front pocket and beads to the side ties. I also put a magnetic snap on the inside (I'm so glad I did) which was a nice addition.
    I have to say - I'm hooked . . .
    Does the board have a pattern for this bag or where can I get
    it?
    oops I meant to post this info!

    I purchased it at my LQS and it's by Quilts illustrated. Designed by Penny Sturges. #ps008 Bow Tucks tote. There's two patterns and this is the larger one. Several stores carry the pattern online as well.

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    Nice bag, I love bags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    Quote Originally Posted by Nettie Phillips
    Quote Originally Posted by Wine Woman
    My first and it won't be my last! It was so much fun I'm ready to make my second one! I thought I needed something to carry my purchases in at the expo I attended in March. It worked out real well and all the pockets were wonderful!

    At first I was going to quilt the fabric but I realized I was under a time crunch and I didn't think I could finish in time. Instead, I added a few more buttons. For the closure I stacked two buttons together and added a few across the front pocket and beads to the side ties. I also put a magnetic snap on the inside (I'm so glad I did) which was a nice addition.
    I have to say - I'm hooked . . .
    Does the board have a pattern for this bag or where can I get
    it?
    oops I meant to post this info!

    I purchased it at my LQS and it's by Quilts illustrated. Designed by Penny Sturges. #ps008 Bow Tucks tote. There's two patterns and this is the larger one. Several stores carry the pattern online as well.
    Thank you.

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