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

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    I'm going to tie my strings to make little handles. Good idea. Thanks again NP3 good tutes.

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    Here is a picture of the bag I made and of the napkin I used. Thanks for the great tute np3.
    Let's see some pictures of others bags!
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    The cloth napkin I used
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    Nancy, You write a great tut! Roberta was right, you do need to show this one at Guild...

    hugs, Jup

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    Good Morning, that is a nice tutorial. I saw this bag made with the metal measureing tape cut & slid in the casing instead of the cord. They used the 11/2 yd of cord for a handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter
    Nancy, You write a great tut! Roberta was right, you do need to show this one at Guild...

    hugs, Jup
    I would love to do that! We just need to determine how and when!

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    Quote Originally Posted by judi43
    Good Morning, that is a nice tutorial. I saw this bag made with the metal measureing tape cut & slid in the casing instead of the cord. They used the 11/2 yd of cord for a handle.
    That would be a great option as well. I have made the snap bags before. I will give this one a try. Thanks!

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    thanks so much for this tute ~ those are so cute, quick and easy!!!

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    very cute bag.. thanks for sharing

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    I finally understand how this thing works!

    Thanks so very much for the 'visual' tute. I've never been able to wrap my mind around this until now.

    Bless you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQLTN
    I finally understand how this thing works!

    Thanks so very much for the 'visual' tute. I've never been able to wrap my mind around this until now.

    Bless you.
    When you hear it or read it you think.......WHAT?

    Put the pictures show how really easy it is!

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    Definitely loved the pictures. I am a visual person myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    Definitely loved the pictures. I am a visual person myself.
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Found it again. Lost it and did not have it bookmarked. Thanks again for this wonderful tute. Now where is the other one. LOL

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    Nifty bag and good information. Thanks.

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    Great job.

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    You and so many other quilters here are so sharing of how to... instructions. I love the little bag and all the wonderful responses to others ideas to making this bag. Another reason so many of us are here everyday. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    You and so many other quilters here are so sharing of how to... instructions. I love the little bag and all the wonderful responses to others ideas to making this bag. Another reason so many of us are here everyday. Thanks again.
    I love sharing ideas like this. We all win when we share.

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    That is what made for great educators as well. Successful schools collaborate and share and everyone benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    You and so many other quilters here are so sharing of how to... instructions. I love the little bag and all the wonderful responses to others ideas to making this bag. Another reason so many of us are here everyday. Thanks again.
    I love sharing ideas like this. We all win when we share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    That is what made for great educators as well. Successful schools collaborate and share and everyone benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1
    You and so many other quilters here are so sharing of how to... instructions. I love the little bag and all the wonderful responses to others ideas to making this bag. Another reason so many of us are here everyday. Thanks again.
    I love sharing ideas like this. We all win when we share.
    I totally agree!

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    GREAT tutorial - thanks for posting!

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    Glad you found it!

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    This is so wonderful - anything else you can show us :-P

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    This is so wonderful - anything else you can show us :-P
    I have just made all your instructions into a pdf file for myself.

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    I'm working on a new one and will post it soon! Glad you enjoyed with one!

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    I love this and your instructions are wonderful, Thanks so very much np3. Going to make some for my fw's and for my quilting buddy for Christmas. To darn cool thanks again.

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