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Thread: Create a quick tote with scraps

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    NICE TUTE

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    Great bag love the way you did the handles

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    Good tutorial, think I shall try the bag. Thanks

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    thanks for the tutorial

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    very pretty thanks for the tute

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    Very nice!

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I love making bags. Yours is cute :thumbup:

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    That is a really cute bag. Thanks for sharing!

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    Great tote, thanks. I've made a number of handbags and used various materials to stiffen the bottom. By far the best material is plastic canvas. Easy to cut and holds the shape and stiffness.

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    thank you

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    I like your tute and would like to save it. Does anyone know how on this new site? Thanks
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    Very pretty! Thanks for the tute!

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    WOW -Awesome Tutorial - what a FABULOUS Tote - Thank you for sharing

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    great tut thanks for sharing!

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    Great tute
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    Thank you for the tute! I like the handle idea great thinking.
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    I usually use fusible fleece for the inside of bags but would like to use felt. Can the bag be washed with the felt as a stiffner?

    mltquilt

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    Great tute! I know this is probably not the place to ask however, I'm going nuts with this new layout on the site. How do I book mark something? It used to be super simple, now it's an act of congress! any help?? thanks so much.

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    I really like how you did the handles. Thanks for posting. Maybe my I'll this type of handle on my next tote.

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    I love the bag but I am new to sewing/quilting. I am anxious to see the additional info because I can't see how you would have gotten the bottom in. Maybe if I play around with some fabric I will be able to figure it out.
    Never underestimate the power of a woman with a sewing machine!

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    I am bookmarking this one. I have never made a bag before (well apart from little kids library book sacks) so read this with interest. Thanks so much for the tutorial....appreciate the time and effort. Brilliant bag by the way

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    How cute is that?!
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    I really appreciate that you were able to do the entire tut in one post. Make is so much easier to print just the tutorial without the extras.

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    This will make great gifts for Christmas. Your instructions are so clear and will be easy to follow. I have not tried making a tote before, but I like yours so much I'm going to try it. Once again thanks you for a great tut.
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    Nice tote to give as a thank you gift...crafty_linda_b
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