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Thread: Clothesline Purse

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    wonderful gift she,s love it

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    What a great idea. Nice purse.

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    WOW ..Love it, great idea ...you did a beautiful job

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    Great purse! Love the colors!

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    Love this bag! Is it a certain pattern and how much clothesline did it take to make?

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    that is really neat love the colors

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    nice

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    So cute

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    Love, love, love, love, love......

    I'd love the pattern name (or maybe a tutorial), please :)

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    very pretty..! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzanne in VT
    Love, love, love, love, love......

    I'd love the pattern name (or maybe a tutorial), please :)
    Yes, Ditto. This is so cool. tut would be wonderful.

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    I've made 4 of these...love your colors

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    great color choices. In one day? Your fingers must be worn out. Great purse !

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    Beautiful purse

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    Great purse! please do a tut.

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    Awesome!

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    Its the same steps as making the bows. When I am sewing the bottom, I make it 7in long and 3in wide give or take. Now on the sides hold the bottom up as high as you can, that keeps the sides from going out to far. I did use 100 ft of clothesline. And the handles I bought an old purse at the Good Will for 1 dollar. Total 6 dollars. Hope this helps!

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    That certainly does help, but one more question....

    How did you put the cloth tab things on in order to hold the handles? Was this done by hand after the bag was all sewn? I'm a very visual learner, so sorry if this seems like an obvious thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Perry
    Its the same steps as making the bows. When I am sewing the bottom, I make it 7in long and 3in wide give or take. Now on the sides hold the bottom up as high as you can, that keeps the sides from going out to far. I did use 100 ft of clothesline. And the handles I bought an old purse at the Good Will for 1 dollar. Total 6 dollars. Hope this helps!
    Thanks for the tips :thumbup: Gorgeous purse, love the colors.

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    Very nice love the colours.

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    wow !

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    Lucky Sister !!! :thumbup:

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    Very cute, great colors!

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    I always wanted a sister! Beautiful!

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    SWEEEEEET!

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