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Thread: my first bow tuck tote

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    I finally got brave and took time to figure out the pattern. I am happy with the results. I do not know if the picture will come though or not, I hope so. :roll:
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    Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

    Are they hard to make? Does it have pattern pieces like a dress pattern to go by or just instructions?

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    Turned out great. I love all the different fabrics each quilter uses. Good Job!:)

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    I love bow tucks. I have two.

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    just instructions. But they are pretty easy to follow.

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    Lovely purse. I really like making them as they are not too hard. I had a few questions when making the first one but the info on here and the tutorial really helped me.

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    I haven't jumped on this train yet, but starting to feel the urge. Everyone here are making the cutest bags!

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    It turned out so well! I love the cowboys and cowgirls.

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    Lovely.

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    that is great. Im still staring at my pattern..lol

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    That won't be your last. I have made about 30 of those things. They are adicting and they never turn out badly.

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    You did a great job!

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    Great job! I recently ordered fabric to try one of these...

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    That is lovely. Nice job

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