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Thread: How to make a drawstring, two pocket bag using 2 squares

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    thank you for the tute! They would make great gifts for the DGD's.

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    My DGD will have one when I see her on Wednesday!

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    Thanks for all your work. It appears to be easy to follow. Thanks for sharing!! Will need to try it also! MaRanda

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaRanda
    Thanks for all your work. It appears to be easy to follow. Thanks for sharing!! Will need to try it also! MaRanda
    When I first tried it I thought it was going to be very difficult. I was very surprised at how easy it was to do. Just remember to press it when you start!

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    Great idea! Thanks for the clear instructions, I will be making this for sure..in different sizes too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachbound
    Great idea! Thanks for the clear instructions, I will be making this for sure..in different sizes too!
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wonderfull instructions. When I made them several years ago I used 36" squares. It made for a larger bag.They are so neat

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    Thanks for the wonderful tute on the cute bag. I'm bookmarking to make one later this week.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-141922-1.htm#3839551

    This is how to change the fabric orientation!

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    What a cute bag, great job on the tute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauriejo
    What a cute bag, great job on the tute!
    Thanks! Your avatar always makes me smile!

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    As I posted earlier, I made a large one like this at a workshop awhile back, but forgot how to make it. Thanks to your tute, I can make some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luce321
    As I posted earlier, I made a large one like this at a workshop awhile back, but forgot how to make it. Thanks to your tute, I can make some more.
    And no expensive pattern needed!

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    Looks really quick and easy! I'm definitely going to give this a try.
    Like the suggestion of using home decor fabrics...I have lots of those to play with.
    Can you hear my wheels a-turnin'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom-6
    Looks really quick and easy! I'm definitely going to give this a try.
    Like the suggestion of using home decor fabrics...I have lots of those to play with.
    Can you hear my wheels a-turnin'?
    And you can do it larger with those fabrics and have some great totes! And you can find all kinds of cording to use!

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    Awesome!! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial!!! Can't wait to try this.

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    Thanks for tutorial. Very clear and easy to follow. You definitely are prompt yesterday you said you would do a tutorial on these when you got time and today it's posted.Fantastic. Now I just need to get out some fabric and try these.

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    Thanks, Nancy. You did a great job on the tutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakeview Quilting
    Awesome!! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial!!! Can't wait to try this.
    Hope you like the method!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMR
    Thanks for tutorial. Very clear and easy to follow. You definitely are prompt yesterday you said you would do a tutorial on these when you got time and today it's posted.Fantastic. Now I just need to get out some fabric and try these.
    I try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stichinluvr
    Thanks, Nancy. You did a great job on the tutes.
    Thanks!

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    WOW, that is so adorable thanks so very much for sharing. You did an awesome job with the tute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftymatt2
    WOW, that is so adorable thanks so very much for sharing. You did an awesome job with the tute.
    :thumbup:

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    np3 thanks for this tutorial.
    My grandma (age 103) is wanting me to make a bag for her to carry her room key and tissues in when she goes to meals at the assisted living place she is at and this will be perfect.

    PS: Grandma sewed a lot and was always making pillows or jewelry bags for us granddaughters at Christmas. This will be perfect for her.
    Thanks again.
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    Was a fantastic tutorial. I'm a visual learner also and this is perfect!!! Thank you for taking the time required to make a detailed tutorial!
    Pattie

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