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Thread: Prairie Point zippered bag

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    Prairie Point zippered bag

    Saw this fly by on Facebook and lost the link to make it. It was a zippered cosmetic sized bag totally covered in prairie points. Would appreciate being relinked to this project. Google wasn't cooperating.
    Thanks in advance.

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    I saw it also. Just spent about 5 minutes scrolling through FB but couldn't find it. Seems like it was from a foreign site but whoever posted it said you could figure it out without understanding the language. I'll keep looking because I liked it too
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    This might be the one you are looking for. It is a pattern by Anna AKa......Annas Sminkepung.
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    Are you looking for Everyday Zips by Fig Tree?

    http://store.figtreeandcompany.com/E...Zips_p/986.htm
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    I saw it too, let's see how much I remember - I think the dimensions were something like starting with 6" high fabric and cutting halfway up every 3", them making those sections into prairie points and stitching to the base fabric work your way up with each row of prairie points however tall you want it. Don't forget to offset each row. I think she had 3 or 4 rows. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nana2Sew View Post
    This might be the one you are looking for. It is a pattern by Anna AKa......Annas Sminkepung.
    I like this, very cute!
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    how about making a piece of fabric say 8 x8 inches and just covering it with prairie points.
    stagger every row, brick like, then use that as your piece of fabric. I too recall seeing
    a sack,bag, maybe a makeup bag, that looked like that. good luck and if you make one,
    please show us your work. Good luck.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    you don't mean the snap bags do you?

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    freepatterns.com has a pattern for a prairie point purse that looks like what you described. It is 4 rows of pp with another row "hanging" from the bottom.
    Scratch that-it is not a cosmetic bag but I am sure you can adjust.
    Last edited by LoriEl; 05-06-2015 at 01:47 PM.

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