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Thread: My Mommy Bag!

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    Senior Member DawnMarie's Avatar
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    I was asked to make a wall hanging about 12" x 14" using Printed Treasures for our LQS. Well, I failed.
    I instantly saw "purse" when I started making it.
    So, here is my new Mommy Bag. Enough room for everything my kids and I need. :) And, it's organized! Pockets galore!
    I still have to make that wall hanging though. :)

    I love the photo on the outside!
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    Inside My Mommy Bag. The polka dotted case inside holds diapers and wipes.
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    NICE JOB! I needed one of these when my dds were little... now they are big girls with jobs of their own :D

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    Cute bag. Love all the pockets on the inside. It looks sorta like a messenger bag.
    How big is it?
    kathyd

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    LOVE! what a great idea

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    Looks great. And it is so organized with all those pockets.

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    Awesome!

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    Looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathyd
    Cute bag. Love all the pockets on the inside. It looks sorta like a messenger bag.
    How big is it?
    kathyd
    It's about 15" wide, 13" tall, and 5" deep.

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    I love it - so cute!!
    thanks for sharing,
    scherrie

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    Super cute!

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    So cute and love it, what did u use for the outside picture....there are all kinds out there to use but your picture has great colors in it......great job and love the pattern

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    nice bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilted Dogs
    So cute and love it, what did u use for the outside picture....there are all kinds out there to use but your picture has great colors in it......great job and love the pattern
    I used Printed Treasures. It's a paper backed fabric that you put through your inkjet printer. After it's printed, you remove the paper back, and rinse it in a bowl of overflowing water for a couple minutes. After it dries, it's ready to cut and sew. You can even use it for appliques and put fusibles on the back of it. The nice thing about Printed Treasures is that it is washable. A lot of similar products are dry clean only.
    It costs about $18 for 5 - 8 1/2" x 11" sheets.

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    Awe, it's precious! Love the colors!

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    Love it! Where did you find the pattern? My DIL could use one like this with her 3 little ones. She uses the baby's diaper bag for everything...never know what I'm going to find in there with I babysit. She only takes her wallet and phone and keys with her when she goes anywhere.

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    That is too cool!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanamoms
    Love it! Where did you find the pattern? My DIL could use one like this with her 3 little ones. She uses the baby's diaper bag for everything...never know what I'm going to find in there with I babysit. She only takes her wallet and phone and keys with her when she goes anywhere.
    I modified a pattern in this book: Sew, So Cute by Mary Engelbreit
    http://www.amazon.com/Mary-Engelbrei.../dp/160140400X

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    You did a great job.. Love your bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnMarie
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilted Dogs
    So cute and love it, what did u use for the outside picture....there are all kinds out there to use but your picture has great colors in it......great job and love the pattern
    I used Printed Treasures. It's a paper backed fabric that you put through your inkjet printer. After it's printed, you remove the paper back, and rinse it in a bowl of overflowing water for a couple minutes. After it dries, it's ready to cut and sew. You can even use it for appliques and put fusibles on the back of it. The nice thing about Printed Treasures is that it is washable. A lot of similar products are dry clean only.
    It costs about $18 for 5 - 8 1/2" x 11" sheets.
    Thks so much, will get it

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    Wonderful. It is great for all your things with the kids, but it would be equally great just to use as a regular bag. I love the photo on it with the patchwork. Your quilting looks great. All in all, it is just a special special bag.

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    Nice bag

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    very nice bag, and the kiddos are adorable

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    Awesome! I love that you put the photo on there. :thumbup:

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    [quote=DawnMarie]
    Quote Originally Posted by Nanamoms
    Love it! Where did I modified a pattern in this book: Sew, So Cute by Mary Engelbreit
    http://www.amazon.com/Mary-Engelbrei.../dp/160140400X
    Thanks! I just saw that book somewhere else, too. Maybe on one of my yahoo sites...I remember that apron!!

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    Nice.. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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