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Thread: mini bow tucks

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    Feb 2007
    When you make your pockets how many do you prefer? Like
    do you like to make least one at least 4" or 5" wide? Or I guess I should actually ask do you make the pen pockets like it calls for or just divide the pockets evenly? When I made my
    bag on one side I made the pen pockets and then made 2 big pockets about 5" or 6" wide and I don't know if I really like it like that. So I was just wondering how many you like?

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    Super Member dungeonquilter's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Ontario, Canada
    I think the pen pockets define the corners. I took the things I thought I might be putting in the pockets, and used them for the measurements for the rest of the pockets. I shortened 3 of the pen pockets for flash drives.

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    Super Member wvdek's Avatar
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    When I made mine, I laid out things like: phone, mini umbrella (SQA gave me), pen/pencils, hand wipes, clothes brush (this lays flat against the palm of my hand and barely takes up any room), measuring tape, sunglasses, etc. and measured with a little added room for each. That way, everything has a place and everything in it's place. Now to get my tote back from DD...

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    Power Poster littlehud's Avatar
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    Nov 2007
    SW Iowa
    I decided what would be going into them and divided it accordingly.

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    Senior Member Dingle's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    So. Nevada
    I don't make the pen pockets. On 1 side I do 3 pockets about the same size. On the other side I do 2 smaller pockets on the ends and so I have 1 larger one in the middle.

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