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Thread: Boxed pouches

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    Boxed pouches

    I have had on my "to do list" for sometime now to make up boxed pouches. I was given some leftover fabric by a couple of friends and each of them received it back in the form of a boxed pouch.

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    Very nice!

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    these are very pretty... sewing with nancy had a tut on these on my pbs this morning
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    ​Great pouches and I love that Tardis fabric!

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    Those are so cute. I like the tabs on each end. Nice of you to pass their fabric back to them in the form of the gift of a pouch!

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    Very nice, on my to-do list !

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    Very nice projects and nice to return some of the fabric.
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    I like the fabrics. They are cute and useful pouches. Nice idea to return the finished product to the donor. Did you use a specific tute? Would you provide a link to it, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackers View Post
    I like the fabrics. They are cute and useful pouches. Nice idea to return the finished product to the donor. Did you use a specific tute? Would you provide a link to it, please?
    There are hundreds of tuts on you-tube. I wanted mine lined with no seams showing on the inside...many I found had the seams showing on the inside so just decide what look you want. There are several different sizes so that is also a consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busy fingers View Post
    There are hundreds of tuts on you-tube. I wanted mine lined with no seams showing on the inside...many I found had the seams showing on the inside so just decide what look you want. There are several different sizes so that is also a consideration.
    Thanks for replying. I will check out the tutes.

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    I just made one this week. I sent it off in the mail. When I get pictures, Ill post. They are fun and you can make them so that the there are no edges exposed in the bag.

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    Lovely!

    Just what I need for the gift bags that my Kinette's group is putting together for Women's Community House!

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    aren't these the best gift to get and recieve?
    they look so hard, and amaze people, but it's all just a fancy seam play.
    i love your boxes. i like to have one or two in the gift clost, just in case. thanks for sharing with us.
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    Is the second one "bigger on the inside"? lol
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    Nice job! I'll bet your friends were really surprised to get these cool pouches.

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