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Thread: Bow tuck purse

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    Senior Member waquilter's Avatar
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    You did a fabulous job.

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    Great job. You will enjoy using it. Love your colors and quilting.

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    Great job and I like your quilting on the bottom piece, I'm working right now on my second Bow Tuck and I still had problem with the front pocket as I tried to sew it when you join the bottom and front piece together, for one reason it didn't look good so I ripped it and I pieced it on top like requested on the pattern. I'll post it when I finish it up

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    Very nice...Thanks for sharing :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kasmitty1
    I have the pattern, I have the material, but I'm still staring at it all, sitting on my cutting table. This is outside my comfort zone, but I'm determined to try to make one. Just got to take a deep breath and dive in, I guess.
    Me too! I got the pattern in the mail 2 weeks ago and I'm still looking at it.

    I love the lining of this purse, just as pretty inside as the outside.

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    wonderful job and colors

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    Love it!!!... I have the pattern just haven't gotten to it yet..

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    Great job! I'd buy it, unless you're in the giving mood :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    You do really nice work!

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    Love it littlehud. Was it hard to make?

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    Great Bag! I, too, bought the Tote kit, fabric is called Cheep Talk. Haven't started it yet. Yours came out really cute!

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    great job, thanks for sharing!

    Is the bow tuck purse easy to make for a beginner, as I have never made any purses?

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    It was the first purse I ever made it is easy, just follow the directions one step at a time. They are addictive to make, I have done 4 so far and have orders for 3 more.

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    It is very easy to make. I know I'm making more of these.

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    It's cute! Love the fabric you picked out for it.

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    I made the smaller one for my sister. Forgot to take a picture before I sent it off. The pattern calls for a fusible batting that is rather expensive, so I just used left over batting and spray basted it. Worked like a charm. I managed to get one of the inside panels upside down, but was able to make the change, and it turned out quit nice. Now to get around to making one for myself.

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    That's a great idea about the batting. The fusible is expensive. I'm going to try regular batting next time.

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