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Old 02-08-2013, 09:48 AM
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I have a bali pop with browns and a stack of pinkish fat quarters. Thought I'd make a new tote bag - for me. What's your favorite tote bag pattern?
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:35 PM
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my favorite purse pattern is simplicity 2676, the cover will take 2 fat qtrs or 1 fat qtr and a lining.

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My favorite bag but it doesnt use balipops
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:42 PM
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Hi Mary,
This might work for your bali pops...

http://pinoyinoz.blogspot.com/2008/1...patchwork.html

I have never made it myself, but it is pretty nice if you ask me. I think if the colors you speak of was used that is.

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Bailey Island hobo bag, bailey-island-hobo-bag..png
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I took a mini bow tuck bag pattern and converted it into a tote bag with short handles. I love it. Crafty Gemini has a tote bag pattern that costs $2.00, you get a video demonstration of how to make it and a .pdf pattern. It's called Must Have Tote Bag.
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Have I been hiding under a rock? I'm not sure what a Bali pop is. I looked it up and it seems that it is a set of strips like a jelly roll except that it is packaged in a box. Am I right? If not, what is it?
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Originally Posted by GailG View Post
Have I been hiding under a rock? I'm not sure what a Bali pop is. I looked it up and it seems that it is a set of strips like a jelly roll except that it is packaged in a box. Am I right? If not, what is it?
Yes, that's what a "bali pop" is. I'm going to cut my pink FQs into strips and then add some of the brown ones from the bali pop. Thanks for the great ideas, everybody - keep 'em coming!
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Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
Hi Mary,
This might work for your bali pops...

http://pinoyinoz.blogspot.com/2008/1...patchwork.html

I have never made it myself, but it is pretty nice if you ask me. I think if the colors you speak of was used that is.

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That is a pretty tote and just about the right size. Thanks for sharing.
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Bailey Island hobo bag, Attachment 394001
I have that pattern, now to find it. It is pretty done in those colors!
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