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Thread: Anyone know this purse pattern?

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    Senior Member germanquilter's Avatar
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    Anyone know this purse pattern?

    A friend of mine posted a picture of this purse she had seen at the Hershey Quilt show. They had a pattern but she can't remember the name of the pattern or the designer. I would love to buy the pattern and make this little purse as gifts. Does anyone on QB know this pattern?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t197198.html
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    wish I did! It is really cute!

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    it is very cute! It looks like a little square container... with an extra piece and a drawstring plus the handle. I may have to try to make one for my granddaughter!!!

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    I've made one from this tute-http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-lunch-bag.html
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    No one has ever become poor by giving. - Anne Frank
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    thanks for the linl bnlmom i have been thinking of making something like this and now I have a tute. I want to make it bigger around but short, and use it for a traveling make up bag. that way I can just set it on a counter in hotel or at friends and not have my stuff all over. Should fit nicely in suitcase.
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    Thanks for the tute link, bnlmom

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    http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08...lunch-bag.html

    I stumbled across this today and remembered seeing this topic on the QB. Simular but not exact.

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    I don't know, but it is really cute!
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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08...lunch-bag.html

    I stumbled across this today and remembered seeing this topic on the QB. Simular but not exact.
    Thanks Lea for sharing the link. Great purse and site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sue z q View Post
    This post has the name of the book and everything. Just PM the original poster and ask her the name of the bag.
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    I have made them larger and taller for makeup bags. I carry around tall bottles and cans when I travel, so I made a pretty travel bag with drawstrings. That goes on the luggage cart with my suitcase. It is so handy!

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    This is from a book called Hugs and Holly and is a christmas cookie basket I believe...easy to make...Have fun!
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    Book for sale for $16 on their website

    The book is for sale at their website http://www.thewoodenbear.com/shop/Bo...sku-TWBB04.htm and they have a free download for a Mason jar basket on this page of their site: http://www.thewoodenbear.com/free-downloads.htm

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    Red Rooster Panel with instruction for 11 projects: $8.25

    Or you can buy their master panel of Red Rooster fabric which has the directions to make 11 projects using the cloth, including a similar bucket bag in a smaller size. Price $8.25 plus shipping http://www.thewoodenbear.com/shop/Fa...-22322MUL1.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by germanquilter View Post
    A friend of mine posted a picture of this purse she had seen at the Hershey Quilt show. They had a pattern but she can't remember the name of the pattern or the designer. I would love to buy the pattern and make this little purse as gifts. Does anyone on QB know this pattern?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t197198.html
    She posted it -- http://www.thewoodenbear.com/shop/Bo...sku-TWBB04.htm
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    It's from the book Hugs and Holly by Wooden Bear - google it and you will find the book
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