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Thread: How I used my black and white scraps...

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    OMG that's awesome, I want one!!! :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222
    What a beautiful bag! Man, I never would have thought to use those colors. I love the pattern too. Who is that one by?
    Bags are the most fun to make, aren't they? You have this down to an art!! Love it!!

    Edited to tell you ...

    I am about to make one that I got at the local quilt show a couple weeks ago. It is called Bali Bags, by Aunties Two. A closeline covered tote bag.
    Wave Purse or Tote pattern by Laura Denison Designs

    I found the Bali Bag on the web. Cute!

    Thanks

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    What a great bag!! Love it.

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    Very Pretty!!! :D :D :D

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Great bags. Thanks for sharing the link to the Moda bag. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    Great bags. Thanks for sharing the link to the Moda bag. :lol:
    It is sew easy to make (the moda bag) and nice size for a makeup bag. I'm going to make them even easier by using one piece of fabric instead of the honey buns. If I make one for every female on both sides of the family for Christmas I need 20 of them. :D

    Thanks for your kind comment.

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    I printed it out and will try to get some made this weekend for some folks! :lol:

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    good idea....

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    I love this combination of colors, it's beautiful!
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    Great bag!! I need one that big!
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    Very nice! I would carry this with pride.
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    Is that ever sharp looking!
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