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Thread: My First Bow Tuck Bags from Penny Sturgis Pattern

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    My First Bow Tuck Bags from Penny Sturgis Pattern

    These are my Bow Tuck Bags which I have found to be quite addictive and I find myself planning to make many more.




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    Very pretty. You did a great job.

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    All three bags are beautifu! I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite! Great job!
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    great job! i love your fabric choices!! can i have the purple one?

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    Very nice! If I had your talent,I'd also make a purse.When it comes to sewing them,I just fumble around,then give up.
    Pat C

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    After I had the fabric cut out and was preparing to sew I got stuck on step one which was making the front pocket. It took me an hour to try to figure it out. I am not very experienced when it comes to sewing handbags but hope to get better.

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    My son is giving them to his female clients as thank you gifts when he processes their applications for mortgages and refenancing. He asks them their favorite colors, I make the bag and he mails the bag to them.

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    These are beautiful I have yet to make a bow tuck bag but I want to. I love all the fabrics you have chosen. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great job! You have a nice choice of fabrics that you used. I had so much making my first one and onto others! I have found a product called Soft and Stable that I like to use in other totes. On my next Bow Tuck tote I'm going to try it in there. It makes your totes/purses look so sharp. It gives it some body but keeps it soft and not stiff looking. Good job!
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    Love them all!!

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