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Thread: Working on Pocketbooks

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    is the denim one...one you can change the cover on...

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    nice, nice, nice!!

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    LOVE THEM. I MAKE BAGS A LOT TOO AND USULLY HAVE A FEW TROUBLES BUT END UP MAKING MORE AND MORE.

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    Quaint use of pocketbook. My mother used to say that all the time. Good for you. I love your purses. Very colorful.

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    These are beautiful. What did you use as the closure?

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    Very nice handbags. I have the bow tucks patterns but haven't made them yet. I need to get going, I want to make some for Christmas gifts.

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    Beautiful, love the bright colors.

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    Very nice,, I think you could say you were still quilting just different style. I love them both so can't pick a favorite.

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    I have a bow tuck pattern and it looks very hard. What do you use for the bottom and do you use enter facing for the body of the purse? Josie

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    Thanks for that explanation Thrums. Its Odd - In Australia what you call a purse, we call a handbag. In Aus a purse is the small wallet like thing that you put your cards, notes and coins in. Larger handbags are called totes - same as you. So we carry our purse in our handbag.

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    hoping to hear where to find the patterns for these, they are so nice !!

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    i love these, I need to brush off some patterns and make some myself...but yours are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craftygirl
    Thanks for that explanation Thrums. Its Odd - In Australia what you call a purse, we call a handbag. In Aus a purse is the small wallet like thing that you put your cards, notes and coins in. Larger handbags are called totes - same as you. So we carry our purse in our handbag.
    lol...... and in Great Britain I'm sure the terms vary from both the US and Australia. It's interesting how English has evolved.

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