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Thread: Bow Tuck Tote Pictorial Tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith
    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva
    That was so nice. Now I want buy me the pattern. I wonder if anyone could do the X-Bag this way? I have started that one , but now I'm stuck.
    What is the X bag and I will see what I can do.
    I found this address on the pattern package www.FourCornersDesigns.com

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    Thanks for the tutorial-I have had this pattern since April and have not been able to figure it out yet. Must be the start of dementia. Your tute will be a visual help. Thanks again.

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    I got my pattern through Amazon where the price was $10 & free shpg.
    I had seen them on another site before Amazon & the price was $9 plus $4.99 shpg. I don't get that price for just a paper pattern.
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    There are sites were you can get patterns for free..
    www.henriettashandbags.com for one ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mar_ie
    I got my pattern through Amazon where the price was $10 & free shpg.
    I had seen them on another site before Amazon & the price was $9 plus $4.99 shpg. I don't get that price for just a paper pattern.
    I
    There are sites were you can get patterns for free..
    www.henriettashandbags.com for one ..[/quote]

    Marie, I looked all around Henriettas site but didn't find a free pattern for Bow Tucks. This is the same person I got my pattern from. Am I missing something? Can you maybe guide me to a free one? I found a link to it that has free bags others might like. Thanks for this info.

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    Thank you for posting this tutorial. I've wanted to make a Bow Tuck, but have been put off by the not-too-clear instructions, so have been hesitant to start one. This helps a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat G
    Quote Originally Posted by Mar_ie
    I got my pattern through Amazon where the price was $10 & free shpg.
    I had seen them on another site before Amazon & the price was $9 plus $4.99 shpg. I don't get that price for just a paper pattern.
    I
    There are sites were you can get patterns for free..
    www.henriettashandbags.com for one ..
    Marie, I looked all around Henriettas site but didn't find a free pattern for Bow Tucks. This is the same person I got my pattern from. Am I missing something? Can you maybe guide me to a free one? I found a link to it that has free bags others might like. Thanks for this info.[/quote]

    The Bow Tuck is not a free pattern, at least I never found one. But it is available all over on the internet and at a lot of LQS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knlsmith
    Quote Originally Posted by Pat G
    Quote Originally Posted by Mar_ie
    I got my pattern through Amazon where the price was $10 & free shpg.
    I had seen them on another site before Amazon & the price was $9 plus $4.99 shpg. I don't get that price for just a paper pattern.
    I
    There are sites were you can get patterns for free..
    www.henriettashandbags.com for one ..
    Marie, I looked all around Henriettas site but didn't find a free pattern for Bow Tucks. This is the same person I got my pattern from. Am I missing something? Can you maybe guide me to a free one? I found a link to it that has free bags others might like. Thanks for this info.
    The Bow Tuck is not a free pattern, at least I never found one. But it is available all over on the internet and at a lot of LQS.[/quote]

    Thanks for letting me know. I haven't been able to find a free one either. I guess I misunderstood. I have one on its way now so I'll finally have the pattern.

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    thank you for doing this, I am book marking it. God bless.

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    Marie, I looked all around Henriettas site but didn't find a free pattern for Bow Tucks. This is the same person I got my pattern from. Am I missing something? Can you maybe guide me to a free one? I found a link to it that has free bags others might like. Thanks for this info.[/quote]

    The Bow Tuck is not a free pattern, at least I never found one. But it is available all over on the internet and at a lot of LQS.[/quote]
    Sorry about that, I thought I had seen one in passing. There are so many free patterns and tutorials out there maybe you'll be lucky. If I see one on a site I will let you know.

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    I have bookmarked your Tut on t he Bow Tuck Tote as I appreciate the visual aids.

    It looks like you are using the PFF (Pellon 987F Fusible Fleece). Would your recommend using regular batting as a substitute? Or could that make it too bulky?

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