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Thread: Christmas Bow Tucks Bag

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    Christmas Bow Tucks Bag

    Christmas is over, but I think this fabric made the cutest Christmas purse. It's the Bow Tucks Bag pattern. I don't like the green button & when I get to the store I will probably change the green button to a gold metallic button, since the red fabric has gold metallic dots.
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    Wow! That is a pretty bag.

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    Pretty and fun bag. BrendaK
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    Lovely print and good combination of the fabric on the sides and the bottom. I agree a gold button will really finish it beautifully.

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    Beautiful Christmas bag.

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    It's a beautiful bag. Looks very crisp and professional.

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    Cute bag..your fabrics are very pretty together!

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    Bright and cheerful!

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    That is a great looking bag.

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    Stunning Bow Tucks, love that bag!!!
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    Pretty bag. Love the fabric you used and the way you fussy cut the pocket. Too sweet.

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    Very pretty bag.

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    very nicely done!!!
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    That is sew neat .

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    That is so cute! I think your are right, the green button kind of takes away from the bling of the pretty metallics.

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    How absolutely darling! I am working on a paper pieced nativity set this week. I find I don't mind working on Christmas projects anytime of the year too.
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    Very very pretty!
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    Gorgeous!
    esp the bottom strip...really sets it iff!
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    Wow! Love it! VERY festive!
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    I love fabric bags because they are so much lighter to carry. I never thought of making one out of Christmas fabric. Yours is so darling! I am excited to look through my Christmas stash.

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    Nicely done, and fun fabrics!
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    Love your bow tuck bag in Christmas fabric. I've made about 10 of these and never thought to make one using Christmas prints. Now I see making another one, soon, in my future! The fabric you chose worked out Great!

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