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    can anyone tell me where i can get a pattern for professional tote? thanks for your help

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    I got it a the LQS...but haven't seen it there lately. Here's a web site: http://pursepatterns.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=124

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    I found it here:
    http://pursepatterns.com/index.php?m...fessional+tote

    If that site doesn't come up, go to www.pursepatterns.com. On the right side, do a search of professional tote and it will come up.

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    thanks ladies for info

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    thanks sandybeach

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    thanks amandasgramma

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    This link has a nice size Professional Tote and other bags also:

    http://www.thecreativethimble.com/index.html

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    thanks Wanda

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    this is my complete Professional tote. Love all the extra's.

    by Creative Thimble.

    my professional tote
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robinlee
    this is my complete Professional tote. Love all the extra's.

    by Creative Thimble.
    thats nice

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    Can someone share how much fabric is needed to make the professional tote? I think I may order the pattern but am currently selling some fabrics and I may want to keep some pieces if they would be enough for this pattern. Thanks.

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    I do not know how much fabric it takes but I am going to oder the pattern

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    Nice!

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    The Professional Tote takes 1 and 1/8 yds for Main Fabric, 1 and 1/2 yds for lining fabric, 1 and 1/4 yds for contrast fabric plus 2 and 1/2 yards of Deco Bond interfacing. The bag is great, I've made four and and each turned out fine, but it is labor intensive, you have to cut and mark each pattern piece (took one day just to mark, tag and cut) but the bag is well worth it. I love this pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmy Sue
    The Professional Tote takes 1 and 1/8 yds for Main Fabric, 1 and 1/2 yds for lining fabric, 1 and 1/4 yds for contrast fabric plus 2 and 1/2 yards of Deco Bond interfacing. The bag is great, I've made four and and each turned out fine, but it is labor intensive, you have to cut and mark each pattern piece (took one day just to mark, tag and cut) but the bag is well worth it. I love this pattern.
    I have some leather swatches left from some interior design jobs, not huge, maybe 12x15. I wonder if those could be incorporated somehow?

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    Thanks Emmy Sue can't wait to ge my pattern

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    should be able to

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    Looks great!! What kind of stabilizer did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlposey
    Looks great!! What kind of stabilizer did you use?
    the pattern calls for "Deco Bond", and that is what I used. Purchased at JoAnn's with a 1/2 off coupon.

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