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Thread: Walker tote for my grandma

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    Senior Member ejpkam's Avatar
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    Walker tote for my grandma

    I love this walker tote I made 4 my grandma, the pattern is from connecting threads. The tulip is paper pieced , and the tote is quilted
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    ELIZAJANE

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    Terrific bag!! She will love it! Thanks also for the pattern info!
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    That is lovely - a great idea and gift. Well done.

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    Very nice, she will love it!

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    Really pretty!!!!

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    That is so pretty. She'll be really stylin with that!! Shows a lot of love.
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    Great looking bag, I'm sure she will enjoy using it.

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    Beautiful. I know she will love it. My mom blew a knee last year and had surgery, ended up using a walker for several months (we hid her crutches for fear she would hurt herself more, she was very unstable.) I made her a similar bag and it was so handy. I was surprised at just how much stuff she managed to put in there and left her hands free.
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    Very nice! Practical but oh so pretty. She will love it.

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    Very pretty and so thoughtful of you to make it for her. So hard to try to get things from one place to another when you have to hold onto to the handles.
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