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Thread: New Quilted Bags

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    Super Member DeniseB's Avatar
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    I just finished these for a couple of non forum customers. Sold the tote and hip bag that match to one gal, had enough to make another set which I have on Etsy. The blue one is for my mom for Mother's day and have already sold 2 more.

    The hip bag is a combination of several free patterns and the tote is one I saw at Pudacah, I don't know the name.

    Thanks for looking
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    really cute !!!!!!!Michele

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    Really cute purse

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    Love all your bags. I would like to make the first one. Did you use a pattern?

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    great bags!!

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    Hi, well I checked with my friend about the name of the tote above. It is called 30 Minute Tote. We watched a woman in a booth demonstrate it. You basically make a tablerunner and fold it all togeather, turn down points, add straps and box the bottom. Neither one of use bought the pattern, we figured we could make it ourselves. I made one as soon as I got home, the only thing I would do different is quilt the runner before folding up into the tote shape and add some pockets.

    take care


    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine
    Love all your bags. I would like to make the first one. Did you use a pattern?

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