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Old 07-30-2017, 01:29 PM
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I'm so proud of myself. I actually started making some Christmas gifts. I made these little zipper bags to give to some of my friends. I used this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsbsB8EGkR8 I'm going to make another bag and maybe a tissue cover to go with them.

My upstairs A/C is out and it's about 89 up here now so I'm going downstairs for a shower and a nap. A/C will be fixed tomorrow afternoon and the downstairs A/C is working so I'm good.

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Old 07-30-2017, 01:37 PM
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Ohh those are Way cute! Lots of work girl ! I love em !

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​Great bags!
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Old 07-30-2017, 01:49 PM
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I love your bags!!!!!!!! I want to make some. I got one of those long long zippers that you can cut to fit, makes about 12 I think, something like that. Thanks for the inspiration to get going on them
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Her tutorial is really pretty easy. I did use a fusible fleece on the outside fabrics and quilted them with some straight lines. The one thing I would have done differently is to serger the bottom seam and side seams so they'd be more finished.
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Very nice!!!
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89 is warm. I stayed with my girlfriend in her town house for six weeks while house hunting. it was 87 to 89 in my bedroom . me and three cats! Stay cool!
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Nice! Those were the first things I learned to make when I started sewing.
I love yours so much more.
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very nicely done
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you did a nice job!!!!!!
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