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Thread: My first Bow tucks purse

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    Super Member finch's Avatar
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    I made this yesterday.A bit confusing,but with the help of my N.C.(Elva),I did it.I did it a bit different when it came to the handles .I used an old rotory cutting board and I cut it and covered it for the bottom(inside) and I sewed a sleeve around it.It was fun to make!!It may not be perfect,but it sure was fun!!

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    Oh, I love it! That fabric is really pretty!

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    Thank you.It really was fun and I will improve as I go along.I love looking at all of the ones that people have made so far!!

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    Another beautiful purse, thanks!!!

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    love the fabric,,, and if there are mistakes,, i did not see any!!!! very nice!!!

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    So fun, Good job!

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    Very pretty. Good job.

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    fabulous! It gets easier and easier. I almost do them in my sleep now. :)

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    nice

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    To me the most difficult part was the handles and getting them on straight and even with the other handles.But,practice makes perfect and I have one to make for a friend of mine on here.I know she will appreciate it.

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