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Thread: New Knitting Bag!

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    fun fabric

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    Great bag. Love the fabric
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    Neat bag! Thank you for the quilt shop web address. I have an adopted Eskimo daughter and I am raising her daughter, so the Eskimo patterns are something I watch for. By the way I like your first name! LOL

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    I love the fabric, great bag! I have been to Skagway once, took the White Pass train up the mountain. Awesome!
    The purpose of life is to discover your gifts.
    The meaning of life is to give your gifts away with love.

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    I love it.
    It certainly can start a conversation. Love the colors...

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    That is really cute - and I personally would have picked exactly the same fabrics even though I'm a crocheter and not a knitter. You just don't find crochet fabric too often..

    Is it made like this one? It reminds me of this but using strips instead of squares...
    http://www.popularpatchwork.com/news...-sixteen/5448/
    I like yours better - made with strips. It's really sharp

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    Just wonderful what a fun bag, great job and thank you for sharing,
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    What a fun bag. It is so cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric View Post
    That is really cute - and I personally would have picked exactly the same fabrics even though I'm a crocheter and not a knitter. You just don't find crochet fabric too often..

    Is it made like this one? It reminds me of this but using strips instead of squares...
    http://www.popularpatchwork.com/news...-sixteen/5448/
    I like yours better - made with strips. It's really sharp
    No, it's a bit different and the way that the bag is sewn, it's given a little twist with a method by Lisa Moore (Alaskan quilt artist). She helped the shop out by showing them a way to piece it similar to the way her twist quilts are made (so the store person told me). Its a pretty easy technique once you look at it and one I may use in future bags just to help structure it.
    Vivian
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    that is neat. looks like you will enjoy this years to come. joyce j

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