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Thread: Charm squares purse.

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    Super Member Janstar's Avatar
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    First try at making a purse. Was fun!

    Charm squares purse.
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    Nice purse!!! What pattern did u use? :D :D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    bebe, it's called Charm Party by Penny Sturges. Try mccallsquilting.com

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    Love your charm square bag. Great fabric. It is a great looking bag.

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    Cute bag -- need my address :wink:

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    WAY CUTE!!!!! Great JOB!

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    Oh I do like that!!!!!!!

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    What a great job for a first time ....I love lthe colors and the pattern...thanks for sharing

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    You did a really nice job!!

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    That is so cute. Good job.

    Kyia

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    cute bag! Good job!

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    Oh i love your tote bag, and have been looking for a similar pattern, i tried the mccalls web-page, but had no idea where to find it, do you remember what section or link it is on??? :) :) :)

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    I really like your purse-your fabric selection is great for it. Sure doesn't look like a first try!

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    Barb, a friend gave me the pattern and that was written on it. I'll see if I can find out more. Jan

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    Also it used Moda fabric. That might help.

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    Jan I love that! I would be interested in the pattern too, its about time I tried making a tote

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    Oh Jan, please don't go to any trouble. The links Mary just gave were great, the links said the measurements of the tote, which is what i really liked, i've been thinking of winging my own pattern, and liked the size and shape of this one, your tote is so cute :)

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    Love it. Great job.

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    Very pretty tote. I have this pattern but haven't done it yet, just the bow tucks one.

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    All the best patterns always are on US sites. The cost of shipping to the UK would make it cost prohibitive for me to buy it :(

    Do they ever do a digital version of the pattern that they can email to you if you buy it? Cuts out the cost of shipping?

    I love this bag! Want to make one (stamps her feet!)

    :lol:

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    Most totes start with a 17" square. You could count the squares on the tote and figure it out from there.

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    That is very nice! Love it! But really love the log cabin blocks on the wall behind it! Great colors!

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    :D :D :D Great job! Have you seen mine? DH thinks I should have a closure, but the LQS said no. Too late to put on a magnetic clasp. Made a note to add it before putting the lining onto the front and back.
    The one I made for Spring was a big hit. Don't you just love these totes?

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    loveit, love it, i have just got to try that one of these days

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