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Thread: T-shirt Bags

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    Here's a few photos of the t-shirt bags I made for Xmas. I made 12 of them, for my DDs, DGDs, and a couple of friends. Hope you like them!

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    Oh, I never thought to put Embroidery on them! Where did you find the pattern?
    Kirsten

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    cute

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    How clever .... where can we find pattern?

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    Lovely bags

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    here is one for a start
    http://wildonionstudio.wordpress.com...-shopping-bag/

    just google t shirt bag tutorials

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheilainoz
    here is one for a start
    http://wildonionstudio.wordpress.com...-shopping-bag/

    just google t shirt bag tutorials
    That's pretty much how I did it, except I line the bottom up the other way--with the arm holes in the middle--to sew the bottom. I got the instructions from amazing designs free projects. Mine was sent email, but I'm sure you could find it on their web site.

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    How cute!! So much fun to do..

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    cute, cute, CUTE!

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    Thank you all! Everyone have a great Christmas!

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