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Thread: Triangle pouches

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    Triangle pouches

    Another scrap busting project. This was fabric left over from a project some years ago and which was subsequently used in one of my zip pouches (a previous post).


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    Too cute! Those fingers have sure been busy lately! I've enjoyed your recent posts. Lots of nice projects.

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    nicely done
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    ​Very cute!

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    Very cute! Was it difficult putting in the zippers in such a small piece?

    Leslie

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    Quote Originally Posted by audsgirl View Post
    Very cute! Was it difficult putting in the zippers in such a small piece?

    Leslie
    Actually the zip is one of the first things sewn in. Just "google" triangle pouches and you will find lots of tutorials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    Too cute! Those fingers have sure been busy lately! I've enjoyed your recent posts. Lots of nice projects.
    Thank you for your lovely comments. I decided that I was going to start using up as many scraps as possible by making small items. A couple of quilts are also being worked on in between projects.

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    I find it enjoyable to mix up projects such as yours. I just did 3 tops and am ready to do something different. YOur pouches come to mind!

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    Those are so cute...and handy.
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    Cute project---will make nice gifts for someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busy fingers View Post
    Actually the zip is one of the first things sewn in. Just "google" triangle pouches and you will find lots of tutorials.
    Thanks for the response. I'll have to check them out.

    Leslie

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    Great little projects for using scraps. Thanks for the reminder to use them up!

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    A friend made lots of these and gave me one. I keep my wonder clips in it. Love it! Such a useful little thing. Keep a few cough drops in your bag, make it a change purse, hold your thimble... Lots of ways to use them.

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    Are these also called Humbug Bags?

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    Yes,they are called "Humbug bags".

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