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Thread: Patchwork Tote Bag Tutorial

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    Super Member onaemtnest's Avatar
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    Wow thank-you for this tutorial your instructions are written so well! Your time and efforts are so appreciated.
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    Thank You very much. Your tote is great looking. I will be making one soon!
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    Love your tote bag - so colorful. And the tutorial is awesome! Thank you

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    I do not make totes. I have all I need but.... how about for gifts? Christmas is coming... Shut my mouth! It will come around again in about 11 months. Tee-Hee-Hee

    Thanks for the tutorial. Hope I can find it when I need it!

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    WMUTEACH you can never have too many totes (we have to pay for bags at stores) . Sewbizgirl -- great tutorial. Thanks a lot!!
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    Thank you everyone for all the positive comments. I made this tute for my fellow candy collectors in the Birthday Swap group and the 2.5" squares swaps. Then I decided to share it in Tutes for everyone. You are welcome and I hope some will make the bag and show it in pictures when they are done.

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    Thank you so much for posting this!!!!

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    Thank you for the pattern and tute. I also have many bags but can also have use for another. I'm cutting my 2.5" candies for this year's Birthday swap, now I will have new (at lease new to me) candy for my new bag!
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    Fantastic tutorial. I am going to try this one for sure.

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    Thanks for posting. Great instructions. I think some of my scrap bins need to be dented with this for a few friends and relatives.

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