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    Handbags for customers

    I had special requests for these handbags. It has become my favorite small/medium size purse pattern. Pocket behind the zipper and another slip pocket behind the contrast. Five pockets inside.
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    They look wonderful. Can you name the pattern and show a photo of the inside pockets?

    Linda

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    The pattern is Bobbi's Just Right Bag.
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    That is a cool handbag, you did a great job!

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    Great bags.

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    Made a similar took it to class to show and can I have it. Miss poppet who I gave it to uses it all the time because it has l long strap and puts it under her coat etc. I must make one for myself.
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    very nicely done... great pattern
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    Looks good.
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    Those are so cute, love them.

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    I would love to have the pattern can you share it. Its so compact but roomy Thanks for sharing
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    What a great little bag. I think it just the one I've been looking for. Thanks for telling us the pattern name. I'm going to see if i can find it to purchase.

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    Great handbags and you can never have to many pockets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by newestnana View Post
    The pattern is Bobbi's Just Right Bag.
    I love your bags they look great! I love making bags myself. May I ask where do you buy your labels?
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    Both are so pretty!
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    Thank you Marcia. The inside and the outsides of your bags are terrific. Thank you for listing the pattern.

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    Wow, those are really nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Very nice purses.
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    Wonderful bags! I really like all the pockets and your choice of fabrics was particular terrific. This looks like my kind of bag also. I hate fumbling for my keys or phone or wallet or .... anything! Thanks for posting these. I must get this pattern.

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    where can I buy the pattern?

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    Your pocketbooks look so cool, You made them look like they were store bought. You have your name inside the purse, and you should always put your name on your work, I heard somewhere (usually I do not). I make totes with six pockets inside, and the straps go all the way around the whole bag. I make them pretty big, 15 x 20. Good luck to you.
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    Pretty handbags

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    I can see why these hand bags have become one of your favorite patterns to put together. They are so cute & you have done a really nice job making them. I bet your customer's will be very happy.
    If you see someone without a SMILE, please give them one of yours!!

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    really nice bag, looks like the size I love to carry. very nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeboop71 View Post
    I love your bags they look great! I love making bags myself. May I ask where do you buy your labels?
    I bought the labels on ebay several years ago...so glad I got lots of them. They are woven and beautifully made. They came from China I think and communication was a bit challenging.
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    Here's a link to where you can buy the pattern...and I recommend you buy some extra loop and slider sets (I have found them hard to buy locally).

    http://sweetseasonquilts.com/bags/bo...right-bag.aspx

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