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Thread: Lined Zippered Pouch - Sewing Tutorial

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    Here is a cute little zippered purse tutorial. I plan to make some out of scraps. This little purse/pouch has a pull tab also.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EICad...eature=related

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    Very cute

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    Nice tute. Cute bag! Thanks for sharing.

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    Good idea. I haven't put a zipper in a bag before. It's an interesting project, but super easy.

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    Very nice tute. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the link. Just noticed that gorgeous peony blossom. Reminds me of my Mom's garden - love them and their sweet fragrance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MargeD
    Thanks for the link. Just noticed that gorgeous peony blossom. Reminds me of my Mom's garden - love them and their sweet fragrance.
    Thank you. I so love it every spring when it blooms. And, every year I take photos of it. It also happens to be my very favorite color. :-D

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    Beautiful! Love your colors and the flying geese are perfect.

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    You make it look so easy. I think I'll try it on a purse soon. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabricnut
    You make it look so easy. I think I'll try it on a purse soon. Thank you.
    Oh, this sweet young girl who did the tutorial is not me. She is young enough to be my granddaughter... or close to being young enough. I guess my oldest grandchild is only 16!

    I agree with you that she made it look easy. I have mine cut out and am going to try to get to it this afternoon. :-D

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    thanks. 8-)

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    Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

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    You are very welcome.

    I just posted photos of my little pouch that I made this afternoon.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-150219-1.htm#4118956

    :-D

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    Will make a great Christmas gift.

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    This is just what I was looking for, thank you!

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