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Thread: My First Bow Tuck tote

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    Senior Member sistahdebbra's Avatar
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    This is my first Bow Tuck, thanks to SulaBug for that gentle push. I'm still looking for a button.

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    Love your colors

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    When I can't find a button I like I make the fabric button with the kits that are available. Easy, and matches purse also a much better price. Love your purse. I have one at the sewing machine as I type!:)

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    Great job! I love that fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    When I can't find a button I like I make the fabric button with the kits that are available. Easy, and matches purse also a much better price. Love your purse. I have one at the sewing machine as I type!:)
    Didn't think about that. Will buy a kit and try it out. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Great Job - love it :thumbup:

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    Nice job. Love the fabric!

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    Beautiful!!

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    I love it!

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    Very nice.

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    very pretty

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    Beautiful

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    Beautiful!! I really like those fabrics :D:D:D

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    love your bow tuck tote

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    here is a tutorial to show how to make a button to match your purse or anything

    http://craftydaisies.com/2007/10/14/...abric-buttons/

    Quote Originally Posted by sistahdebbra
    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    When I can't find a button I like I make the fabric button with the kits that are available. Easy, and matches purse also a much better price. Love your purse. I have one at the sewing machine as I type!:)
    Didn't think about that. Will buy a kit and try it out. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Nice purse I have made a few of these. They look so nice when thay are finished.

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    You did a wonderful job on this bag ... love the fabric!

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    Pretty. Love the fabrics that you used. :thumbup:

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    thank all of you for the lovely remarks and suggestions. Will do the cloth button. Again, thanks

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    You did a great job...and the colors wow.

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    Just beautiful. The fabric choices are perfect for this purse.
    Lizzy in La.

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    My local yarn shop has some beautiful buttons .Try a yarn shop in your area.Sandy
    Love every day you are given.

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    Ok ..that it I want a pattern or kits where do I find this at ,,, getting jealous ,,, I want one and will make one (don`t know what it look like but willing to try ) please am open for suggestions THANK

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    beautiful! love the fabric combination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sistahdebbra View Post
    Didn't think about that. Will buy a kit and try it out. Thanks for the suggestion.
    I have been using the magnetic snaps lately.....love them & easy to do

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