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Thread: my version of a bow tucks

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    my version of a bow tucks

    thank you for looking.. at my version of the bow tucks. now that i figured it out i may make another.Name:  debs picture gallery 1204.jpg
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    very nice!!!!!
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    I want to tackle that pattern this winter too. Hope I can figure it out. Was it hard?
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    not really it took me awhile to figure out but i kept looking at the instructions and trying to vision it. then i just took my time at it and reread as i went. measure twice cut once.. you can do it...
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    nice version???

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    Nicely done.
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    Great job!!!

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    I like your version without the bows. It looks to be a nice size and all the pockets make it so usable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmy View Post
    I like your version without the bows. It looks to be a nice size and all the pockets make it so usable.

    I agree with emmy! I really like the way you made this bag without the bows on the side. Great job!!
    God, Wonderful Family, Great Health, Awesome Friends, Quilting & Chocolates - - What more could a girl be blessed with!!

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    Nice bag - looks big and roomy.

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