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Thread: A new use for HIS old jeans! And my 1st Embroidery project

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    Super Member knlsmith's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewilicious
    Your bag looks different from the Janice Pope style, did you just place the straps at a different end? I like the way the sides go in with yours.

    Joan
    It's the same. I only did a trim on the pocket, 2 sided straps and embroidery on the back.

    Oh, the reason the sides go in is because I have the button fastened. I just folded them in on the sides. I think that's what you mean. Well, i think any way. LOL my friends say it's dangerous when i think. ;)

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    Cute!

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    Very cute. How much do you sell them for? The embroidery is great, very pretty.
    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith
    2 hour tulip by Janice Pope. I make and sell these bags. They are so fun to make. They can get a little thick under the foot of a machine, but if you take your time it's just fine. I have a Janome 1600 and it will sew anything. It is almost as special to me as my H3 truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tweety
    Very cute. How much do you sell them for? The embroidery is great, very pretty.
    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith
    2 hour tulip by Janice Pope. I make and sell these bags. They are so fun to make. They can get a little thick under the foot of a machine, but if you take your time it's just fine. I have a Janome 1600 and it will sew anything. It is almost as special to me as my H3 truck.
    I sell them for between 25 and 45 dollars. Depends on embroidery and any special request. Most of them are 30. PM me if you would like more info. I have tons of fabric. 95% of my fabric is quilt shop.

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    Great Job!

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    Your color choices are beautiful, really dresses up the denim and I love the varigated color on the butterfly. You did a really nice job.

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    Wow!! That is so cute! Great job! :thumbup: :D

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    I just bought fabric to make this purse. Your covered button and two color straps are really nice details.

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    I havw this pattern and I love it. There is also a long steam tulip purse by the same gal. I have sold a few myself.

    Sharon P

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    What a cute bag. It's a great way to recycle jeans. I love it. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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