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Thread: huge tote finished

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    Here it is now, al finished :lol: . It's a big one, 24" square!

    I didn't have a pattern, made my own from looking at one I have that is smaller. Ooops, I still need to put a closure on it.

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    Very Cute!

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    That's a beauty!! I love bags and bigs ones are special..

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    Second the motion, Teresa P! Especially your own creation. You'll get lots of compliments while it's in use :) :)

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    oh those are terrific!! You can never have to many bags :D Do you free motion your quilting? Or do you have a pattern that you sew over?? I have never tried doing that yet. You do great work :thumbup:

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    :D :D Very nice! I am working on bags too. What kind of closure will you use? I just learned to do magnetic snaps and they are tricky but nice.

    Good job on this tote!

    judee

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    Very nice! :lol: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon M
    oh those are terrific!! You can never have to many bags :D Do you free motion your quilting? Or do you have a pattern that you sew over?? I have never tried doing that yet. You do great work :thumbup:
    Thanks everyone.

    Yes, I did the freemotion meander.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judee0624
    :D :D Very nice! I am working on bags too. What kind of closure will you use? I just learned to do magnetic snaps and they are tricky but nice.

    Good job on this tote!

    judee
    I used velcro for the inside pocket and closure. Here it is with it on now.

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    Wow -- I love it!!

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    You tote turned out fantastic!

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    Very pretty :D :D :D

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    Great job!!!! Very impressive!!!!! :D

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    Very nice. Great job.

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    Totes are very fun to make, fun to own, and fun to give.
    Your totes is very classy, I think.
    Good job!

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    BEAUTIFUL bag!!!

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    Wow, it came out awesome :)

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    Very nice bag!! Big enough for that 24" ruler and cutting mat. Also nice size for hauling a quilt around while working on hand sewing parts.

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    very nice.... :lol:

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    Hey, that turned out really cute. GREAT JOB!

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    Thanks, I used my scraps for it.

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    That is one good-looking tote!!!! You did a wonderful job!!!

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    That is cute :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Oooooo Nice!

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    LOL, I am a bag-lady! :wink:
    Nice one, ya got there. I make mine almost that big, and am surprised my kids don't tease me about it, but they see me use them constantly.
    I carry all but the kitchen sink. I could go on one of those old tv shows...I'll give you x dollars if you have a....in your purse. (Let's Make A Deal?) :wink:

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