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Thread: Bow tuck tote

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    Aug 2010
    Houston, Texas

    Bow tuck tote

    I posted earlier today about putting a zipper in my bow tuck tote. Thanks for all who responded.

    I have been using Pellon 987 fusible fleece. I would like the tote to have more body than the fusible fleece gives. Because you use 4 layers of fusible fleece, two pieces for the front sections and two pieces for the lining. I was thinking of using the fusible fleece for the lining sections, as well as the outside pocket and inside pockets.

    I am not sure what type/brand to use to give me more stability for the outside but still allow me to turn it inside out without too much problem.

    Any suggestions?

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    Super Member pattypurple's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Jonesborough TN
    Try Soft and Stable instead of the fusible fleece. It sews like a dream and is very light weight. Gives great body to bags. It is sold by By Annie online and in some shops
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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Southern California
    Pellon 971 quilters fleece has a little more body to it
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