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Thread: Wait for it, Wait for it - More Bow Tuck Bags

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    Pretty!!! I want to try. Where can I fine patterns?

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    Very nice job, I love the fabric in the first one!!!

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    Love the bags, and the material you used on yours. Where did you find the pattern for the bag. I will like to make one for myself.

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    Love all your bags and especially the black and white one,yours, I have been looking for some material just like it and haven't found it a Joann's You did a great job Clara

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostbaa
    Pretty!!! I want to try. Where can I fine patterns?
    I love these bags and love making them. I bought my pattern at a fabric shop but you can get it from www.quiltsillustrated.com.

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    Wow! Your bags are beautiful! You have enthused me with the b/w combination fabrics - they just pop! I'm going to buy the pattern and try one myself.

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    They are beautiful. I love your fabric choices. You will have such fun using yours

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    Very fun... I need one!!

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    My friend, Betty Kay, just finished a baby quilt using the black fabric in it. Your bags are lovely. Know they will be enjoyed. Once you do one you are hooked.

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    love your bags...I can't wait to make some...

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    SHARP!

    I once made a bag with straps a bit too long, so I pleated the strap at the top and stitched around the edges and then stitched an X across it and it wasn't obvious to anyone.....even me......

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    Great bags!! :-D

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    Great job, love the black/white.

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    AWESOME :thumbup:

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    Beautiful purses! I just love the fabric in the first purse.

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    beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach
    SKJquiltnut wrote:
    Love those bags! Trying to imagine how to quilt front, bottom and back which have been basted to the batting.....I am visualizing 3 sections, each basted to their batting, but how do you put them together w/o seams being really thick? Guess you can tell I have not yet attempted to make a "Bow-Tucks" bag.
    You sew the top front, the bottom and the top back in one long rectangle. Then pin or baste it to a large piece of batting. Mount it on the long-arm frame and quilt using a panto. It was hard doing two at a time because I couldn't move from one to the other without catching the edge in the free motion foot. But it worked and was way easier than sewing cross hatching on each bag one at a time.[/quote]

    Thanks :thumbup:

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    I love the black and white ones,

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    Absolutely GRAND. Love them....I want to make some of these!

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    Lovely bags! I especially like the fabric in the first two.

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    Love your purse!!!
    I just bought the pattern today to make a Bow Tuck Purse
    and a pattern to make a matching wallet.
    Can't wait to get started!!!

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    Like them all but really love the last one bright colors so summer looking,,,

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    Very fun bags!

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    I LOVE these....the first one is my fav if I had to pick one....That fabric is gorgeous!!!!!

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    I love Bow Tucks and love seeing the different colors that work with the pattern. Great job!

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