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Thread: Quilted Cosmatic Bags....กระเป๋าใส่เครื่องสำอางค์

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    They are just beautiful, great job, thanks for sharing
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    Great bags and it looks like you had a lot of fun with them. All so different and a great size to work with different quilting patterns. Can I ask what you lined them with? I would think as a cosmetic bag you would want something at least moisture resistant. Of course, for the casino you could just go with $5 bills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by katkat1946 View Post
    I love making these little bags and am inspired by seeing your fabrics and the way you've stitched them!!! What did you use for batting?
    Pat
    just cotton batting and fusible fleece that they were scrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monroe View Post
    Great Humbug bags! I like to make them with the zipper pull at the strap end (top) so I don't spill things when I open them.
    when I read your post I have to look at them again and I found that I putted a zipper wrong side of 2 of them
    ....hahahahaha thanks for your comment......

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwessel47 View Post
    Great bags and it looks like you had a lot of fun with them. All so different and a great size to work with different quilting patterns. Can I ask what you lined them with? I would think as a cosmetic bag you would want something at least moisture resistant. Of course, for the casino you could just go with $5 bills!

    thanks for your complement. its finished side is about 11" x 14". I just use cotton fabric for lining I did never think about moisture resistant before making. you gave me a homework then I have to figure out what I should use for moisture resistant....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoKevin View Post
    Great job Kate! You do such a beautiful job! Kudos!
    thanks for your complement.....

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    Very beautiful and useful, as well.
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    How cute these are!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus63000 View Post
    Just done and want to share....Quilted bags for cosmetic or camera or anything else that you want to put in.....
    Good job! I used to teach Children's Summer Camp Sewing for a quilt shop I work in and I made these. I had 7-16 year olds and all did very well...they really enjoyed this project. You can also alter the sizes, like for sunglass cases and pencil cases and etc. even as small as little coin purses. Have fun with it! PS, I also use one of mine for a digital camera case and a neighbor had me make one for him...he'diabetic and has to carry around this meter with him all the time. I just made it out of some of that faux tooled leather....looks very masculine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus63000 View Post
    Just done and want to share....Quilted bags for cosmetic or camera or anything else that you want to put in.....
    PLease allow me to make a suggestion...if you are wearing these on your belt or purse strap or hanging it...put the zipper the opposite way so that when you unzip to remove something, everything doesn't fall out...in other words.... the zipper will open at the hang strap top.
    Those who are piecemakers will sew seeds.

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    Lovely bags. Like the fabric you used

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    I love these cosmetic bags. Quilted beautiful. I especially love the pink one--mainly the pink fabric. Did you by any chance buy taht fabric recently and doyou know what line of fabric it is--such as Moda, etc. I am looking for a lpink fabric for the focus fabric for a D9P quilt for my 2 year old niece and I think this pink would be perfect. Let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drue View Post
    PLease allow me to make a suggestion...if you are wearing these on your belt or purse strap or hanging it...put the zipper the opposite way so that when you unzip to remove something, everything doesn't fall out...in other words.... the zipper will open at the hang strap top.


    Thanks for you suggestion. I putted the zipper in the wrong way of three of them. I just noticed when Monroe, she mentioned about the zipper as well...

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    I love your humbug bags. I do use mine to hold my camera. Very nice job on all of them.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Lovely little bags!!
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    These bags are beautiful. I love the way they are quilted. Is there a pattern for them? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotus63000 View Post
    Thanks for you suggestion. I putted the zipper in the wrong way of three of them. I just noticed when Monroe, she mentioned about the zipper as well...
    Well, you know, you find these things out from experience! Been here and done that sort of thing!
    Those who are piecemakers will sew seeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drue View Post
    Well, you know, you find these things out from experience! Been here and done that sort of thing!
    Thanks again

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    very nice bAGS!
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    Neat little bags, would have lots of different uses

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    These are so cute and easy to make. I think I'll get started today.

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    These are adorable! To acquire the finished size of 11"x14", what was the initial measurement for cutting the fabric?

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    Those are adorable. Pleae share the pattern.
    Cape Cod Kathie

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    How neat Kate.

    what a neat idea. Great as gifts just because....

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    I've been wanting to make some of these. Yours are beautiful. Inspirational!

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