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Thread: Stella Bag... just finished

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    Stella Bag... just finished

    Hi everyone. I just finished this stella bag for the Drive 4 Diabetes silent auction in june. This is the second one I have made from this pattern and I must say it comes out very nice. I really like the phone pocket on the side. Even though I really didn't enjoy the time it takes to make these bags. The pattern is by mod girls, I believe. I made two this year just alike so the gals don't have to fight as much over the golf themed bag. LOL... purses go over very well at the auctions. This will make five different purses/totes I have made for this year, so far .

    I hope you like them.
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    I would be fighting over it too. Great bag!

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    It looks very professional and I love the coordinating lining - good stuff!
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    Cute bag. good luck with the auction. I make large totes, they are a lot of work. I quilt the fabric first and then make the tote. It takes five hours to quilt the fabric, and five hours to make the tote. I have been thinking about making a pocketbook for myself, but have never tried one yet. Great job on your bag, and keep up the good work.
    Pauline

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    Thanks so much girls!
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    Oh, wow! I want that bag!!! I'm a golfer. You do very nice work. It does look very professionally done.

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    Great bag.

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    this is so cute! i love it!
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    Cute bag, love the colors.

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    Lovely bag, Red!
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