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Thread: My first bow tuck

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    Senior Member Stitching4Fun's Avatar
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    After seeing everyone's bow tuck totes and purses, I just had to make one. I picked up the fusible fleece at Joann's over the weekend. My sister's b-day is coming up so I thought this would be a good gift.

    I still have to cover the cardboard for the bottom and put the button on the front. I made another pocket for the other side of the outside also.

    Excuse the picture for not being that good. I took them with my camera phone.

    Barb

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    No picture? I love making bow tuck bags. Have made 4 myself. I think I like the mini the best.

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    Let me try this again to see if the pictures come out better on here. They look fine on the computer, but the transfer didn't look too great..........must be my computer.....dang.

    This is the mini version...just the right size for me.
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    Great job! love the fabrics.

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    this was my first one for me....and it isn't that bad in the process of making it. There will be plenty more in the making here. I got tons of the fusible fleece...........Joann's has it on sale this week at 50%off.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew_lulu
    Great job! love the fabrics.
    This one is for my sister in Texas. Since I haven't been around her in years, I don't know what her taste in colors so I tried to go on a neutral basis.

    Thanks on the colors, when I first picked them out, I wasn't sure how it would turn out, but I really like it.!

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    Great Job :!: I warn You, they are addictive :-P

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    Ohhhhh.....that turned out great. I love the fabrics. They look so classy. You did a great job.

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    I love it, is their a pattern for the Bow-tuck purse???

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    Oh i really really like that one..

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