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Thread: Purse for My Sister

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    Chunkymama's Avatar
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    LUcky Sis :wink: Love the colors . Did you have a pattern?

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    Gorgeous! A purse that goes with every outfit!

    Wish I had one too! I must try this someday.

    Lucky Sis, I agree.

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    Very nice! Love the colors.

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    Yes! Share the pattern!

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    Very nice. Looks like a good scrap basket project.

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    Wow!! I realllly love this one! It looks so crisp and pretty! Great job!!!

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    Very, very nice! I can see me walking around with it. :D

    I'll bet your sis adores it!

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    Thanks everyone. I didn't have a pattern. Just sewed the strips to 4 inch muslin squares to equal 12 inches by 10 1/2 inches. Quilted the 2 outer pieces to a cotton batting. Sewed the lining the same size & put pockets on it. I left a corner open on the bottom of the lining then did that pinching thing on the other lining corner & the 2 outer layer bottom corners & sewed diagonally to create a flat bottom. Added a strap & sewed it together around the top right sides together then pulled it right side out thru the lining hole. Velcro closure. Done. Was fun. Mailed it out to Oklahoma today.

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    what a great idea ! that is a very cute purse ,I just love it and Ibet your sister is very proud to use it knowing her sister designed it.

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    Very nice, I like the way the strap works, cute, very cute,

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