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Thread: Quilted Travel Bag

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    Great bag and easy to follow tutorial. (and it has a zipper!.) Will need to try to make this one. Thanks for sharing.

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    WOW, great bag, and I love the idea for the hard bottom being covered with batting.

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    PDF for Travel Bag

    Hopefully this works, I haven't posted as of yet on the new site.
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    June

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    Super Member juneayerza's Avatar
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    If you are like me and your eyes aren't what they use to be, you can open the PDF and enlarge it to 150%, just make sure you open your window all the way.
    June

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    Thanks June...I knew there was some talented lady who could convert this for us. Great bag...can't wait to make it now that we have a PDF.
    Linda

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    So, are you making me one Sis? Nice tutorial and I love your quilting. I'll need a lesson in butterflies and dragonflies next time we get together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juneayerza View Post
    Hopefully this works, I haven't posted as of yet on the new site.
    June--

    Thanks for doing the PDF for us! Now I can save the tut for when I need it. You're the best
    Sue

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    You are welcome Sue. I'm so glad there is such a thing as PDF's, it just makes things so much more easier to save.
    June

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    Thanks for the great tut. I love your quilting.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Wonderful tutorial! My computer cut off the right hand side as well, so Thank You JuneA for converting to a PDF for me to print out in full! I have a JellyRoll waiting at home and am looking forward to trying this! I've never tackled FMQ so now might be the time to experiment

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