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Thread: Bow Tuck Tote Pictorial Tutorial

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    Now that I have my pockets done I feel silly what I ask before, but I guess that is why it is so hard the first time. Well, I have most of it done now, but one hopefully last question. I have my lining finished and pushed down inside the outer shell and bottom including finished pockets. I even have my bows on now. So to connect the lining to the outside can I just pin in between where the handles and button flap go and the connected tops turned over together stitch it all around the top? IF I have to turn some of it inside out at this point then I am confused.

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    Please disregard the post above this, because I have it figured out. I guess I shouldn't have automatically come here to the tutorial every time I had a question, but wasn't sure at first. I am also still learning the board, but having a wonderful time, and with many nice folks. I also hope I can be of help to anyone in any way. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuneBillie
    Please disregard the post above this, because I have it figured out. I guess I shouldn't have automatically come here to the tutorial every time I had a question, but wasn't sure at first. I am also still learning the board, but having a wonderful time, and with many nice folks. I also hope I can be of help to anyone in any way. Thanks!

    I didn't see you're post til now. Glad you figured it out. Can't wait to see it! :)

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    Thanks so much for your tutorial. Made some of the confusing written steps much simpler.

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    I have the pattern as well but it looks so complicated and scary but mayb now I will try it with this info, thanks for the tute

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    Woo hoo! :)

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    I just bought the tote pattern and hopefully can get it started soon,. Thank you for the steps to vue. Seems like the bag of choice. Anxious to get it done

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpr053
    I just bought the tote pattern and hopefully can get it started soon,. Thank you for the steps to vue. Seems like the bag of choice. Anxious to get it done
    There's lots of info/help on this thread, ask for help and it will be there! :)

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    I really appreciate your making the effort to put this great tutorial together! Am bookmarking it for use later!

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    Made my first Bow Tuck this morning. I was a little worried because I had read so many posts that the directions were confusing. Didn't find that to be the case but did read them through before I started to cut out material. It was fun and my granddaughter loved it. :) :) :)

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    where do u get the bow tuck pattern??

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    Thanks so much, I just ordered this pattern a few days ago, so this will be loads of help when I get ready to make mine.

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    Thank you! I bought the pattern 2 weeks ago and my fabric this past weekend. I was looking all over for this tut last night since the instructions confused me. I am hoping the pictures along with the pattern will make it easier to put together. Meghan

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    I started this yesterday and wish i had watched this before starting. I managed to get it mostly assembled with just a few hiccups. I'll finish today. I think the instructions are a bit vague on some parts.
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    Love this tutorial. You did a fabulous job. Great design. Love love love the John Deere material. My Husband works for John Deere and so this is right up my alley. So if you need to do another tutorial I would be glad to have you put my name on it. Ha Ha. Could you give me the name of the specific pattern you used? Kee up the great work. Have a happy day. Keep smiling.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    QUOTE=vondae;4652454]Love this tutorial. You did a fabulous job. Great design. Love love love the John Deere material. My Husband works for John Deere and so this is right up my alley. So if you need to do another tutorial I would be glad to have you put my name on it. Ha Ha. Could you give me the name of the specific pattern you used? Kee up the great work. Have a happy day. Keep smiling.[/QUOTE]

    Uits called the bow tuck tote. Its also the title of the thread. Lol. Glad you like it.

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    Thank you for the pictures! I have the pattern and fabrics; now, thanks to your tutorial, I have the motivation to start the project.
    Betsy in MA

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    When I do mine, I make the pocket like it says and then catch the bottom of it in the seam that joins the top and bottom. It seems to cut down on the bulk a bit at the bottom f the pocket. You pictures turned out very well.

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    Wow! That will help me soooo much ..I have the pattern and read it over and over.Now I can say I can do that .That was so helpful thank you so much .
    Your purse is beautiful.

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    Well, I don't know what happened, but right now all the pictures are out of order! Does anyone else see this? Is it just on my end?

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    thanks sometimes pics are better to sew by
    asking a quilter to mend is like asking picasso to paint your garage

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    I know I am reviving an old thread, sorry about that.
    I finally made the bowtuck bag.... and wouldn't you know it, I get it done and am ready to put the last thing... the button...
    and I got my button loop on the wrong side!! so my button will end up on the back... GRRR

    Wish I knew an easy way to fix it, but at least it was nothing major, just the bag will have the button on the back.

    Want to say thank you to the op for this wonderful thread, there were a few times I came back here because I got lost.
    The pictures helped wonderfully! Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhaorth View Post
    I know I am reviving an old thread, sorry about that.
    I finally made the bowtuck bag.... and wouldn't you know it, I get it done and am ready to put the last thing... the button...
    and I got my button loop on the wrong side!! so my button will end up on the back... GRRR

    Wish I knew an easy way to fix it, but at least it was nothing major, just the bag will have the button on the back.

    Want to say thank you to the op for this wonderful thread, there were a few times I came back here because I got lost.
    The pictures helped wonderfully! Thank you
    LOL I did the same thing on another kind of bag I made. I just left it. No one has ever noticed.

    And you're very welcome.

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    Thanks for this, I have had the pattern forever and someone wrote things down for me but this is great, I am a visual person and so great, will keep this and try one now for sure

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    I am making the first of these bags and I'm wondering if you can get by with one layer of the Pellon? It seems to me that two layers is going to make it so puffy that it will be difficult to quilt with free-motion designs. And aren't the seams reallllllly thick and stiff with four layers of Pellon in them? Thanks for your thoughts on this!

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