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Thread: Quilted Travel Bag

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    wow..looking great.you have created..i like it.thank for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandynorm View Post
    WOW, great bag, and I love the idea for the hard bottom being covered with batting.
    Me too! Just think of the "stuff" you can carry and not have a droopy bottom.
    Great bag, beautiful work. Congratulations!

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    I also saved the PDF file. When I said "save" my computer said "You already have this in your files". THEN I realized that this tute was from Feb. and Yes I had already saved it. I love your directions and the bag as well. I hope you won't mind if I print this and share your directions with my Senior Center quilt group. I plan to make it first with some blues I purchased from WalMart. Seems that when someone takes a project to share with our group they all want copies of the pattern. Thanks again.
    Sandy

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    Thank you for this excellent & thoughtful post, so full of ideas.. it is helpful & your post motivated me.

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    Very nice!!!!!
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    Wow, neat bag. Never though of use plywood for the bottom. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Nice bag.

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    Love your free-motion quilting...how long have you been at it? I'm just learning myself but am not nearly as good at it as I am at hand-quilting.....but there's NEVER going to be enough time to hand-quilt everything soooooo.......thanks for posting this great tutorial. Blessings....
    Kathy

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    Hi!

    How do you get your handles to come out so neat and straight? Mine always go wonky / crooked. GThe material is always twisting on me as I sew.

    If there any tutorials that have helped you, please let me know.

    Susan

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