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Thread: Bow Tuck Purse: How to make a bow tuck purse Free Pattern, couldn't believe I found a link

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    Seems like an easy to follow tut. Only thing is it doesn't use batting or fleece between the fabric's. Thank you for finding the link!!

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    Thanks for finding this!!!!!!!! I was going to buy pattern this weekend!!!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks!

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    It is one version but noting like the pattern if you ask me!!

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    Thanks for the link!

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    Was there a picture? I couldnt find one.

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    Bought the pattern a couple of weeks ago, but copied this as reference.

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    Craftybear----You're a keeper!!!! [Southern slang for worth your weight in salt!!]

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    Wow. Thank you for this. One question to all of you who have made one of these..... would it be possible to make this out of upholstery fabric? I have a couple gorgeous pieces and would like to make a bag out of them. Thanks for any input.

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    Thanks for sharing this site. pab

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    Thank you.I've printed off the pattern

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    It's legal to post online how to make a pattern but you can't post any part of the original pattern. Which seems dumb, how do it is all you need. LOL. I haven't failed yet to find any quilt or project pattern free online from bits and pieces of the pattern, enough to make the pattern, scattered all over blogs, quilt shops, quilt magazine websites and message boards.

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    Thanks CraftyBear!

    The link at the bottom of the page CraftyBear linked sends you to a blog with step-by-step photos:

    http://justenoughtime.wordpress.com/...6/01/ladybugs/

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    Yeah You! Thanks for this great site and all the others you post for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacey
    Wow. Thank you for this. One question to all of you who have made one of these..... would it be possible to make this out of upholstery fabric? I have a couple gorgeous pieces and would like to make a bag out of them. Thanks for any input.
    Yes, that is what I used,I have a couple of things I would do differently, if you use upholstery fabric. Be really careful with the handles. The pattern says two layers of pellon, for the body, I would only use one with the heavier fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker26
    Quote Originally Posted by Stacey
    Wow. Thank you for this. One question to all of you who have made one of these..... would it be possible to make this out of upholstery fabric? I have a couple gorgeous pieces and would like to make a bag out of them. Thanks for any input.
    Yes, that is what I used,I have a couple of things I would do differently, if you use upholstery fabric. Be really careful with the handles. The pattern says two layers of pellon, for the body, I would only use one with the heavier fabrics.
    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Thanks alot, I have been wanting to make one. Here is my chance.

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    Thank you for sharing. I'm going to try i with upholstery material

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    Thanks alot for this info and for the site with the pictures. I do best with visual. Craftybear, you give us a lot of info and I want you to know that I personally appreciate all your efforts. Thanks again.

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    I just got the pattern as I have seen so many beautiful ones on here. Thanks for the site and I printed it so I can follow the pictures. Where do you find all of these sites? I have used many of them.

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    thanks for the link

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    Thanks CraftyBear!

    The link at the bottom of the page CraftyBear linked sends you to a blog with step-by-step photos:

    http://justenoughtime.wordpress.com/...6/01/ladybugs/

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    Thanks for the link, I bookmarked it. 8-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandmak13231
    I just got the pattern as I have seen so many beautiful ones on here. Thanks for the site and I printed it so I can follow the pictures. Where do you find all of these sites? I have used many of them.

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