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Thread: Versatile Wave Purse

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    Member Tazz's Avatar
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    I really like your purse, especially the Paris fabric. I hope to make that purse soon. My friend made one but used buttonholes and buttons to put the bottom piece on but the hardware really makes it look more professional.

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    Real cute purses!
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    I've been looking for that purse pattern. Did you find it on-line? Thanks for sharing.

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    Have never made a purse before. LOVE both of yours. Name of pattern, please? Thanking you in advance.

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    Great purse! Love the fabrics

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    Love this pattern.1st one I made was at a class.Purse was modified to have end taps,D rings at other end and we had an option to make it bigger.Regular pattern too small.....Have made 4 for gifts.......
    Mary

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    First of all thanks for all the compliments. I made the purse 2 inches bigger all the way around. The fabric is Letters from Paris Paris cream that I purchased from Fabrics.com. I purchased the clasps from Etsy got a great deal for 24 of them (which I shared with my 4 friends that also made the purse.), and I used parachute cord which I purchasefrom Walmart for the tabs (liked the look better than the fabric tabs). The pattern called for a button on the inner bag and buttonholes on the reversible portion, however I didn't personally did not think it needed them. I wore the purse to a group of none quilters yesterday and got a gazillion compliments and was asked if I would be interested in making them. I said I didn't think anyone would be interested in paying the price that I would have to charge.

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    Awesome , good job.
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    very nice job!!!
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    Wow I just love those bags, the black one has sophistication all over it
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    Great job....

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    Very pretty purses.
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