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Thread: Patchwork Tote Bag Tutorial

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    Thanks for the tute on this bag Bonnie, it's a great size and I did finally get it done!Name:  DSCF3333.JPG
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    Your bag looks great, Jaba! So glad you made one.
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    Like your tote Bag Thanks for posting

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    Very well written and illustrated. On my to-make-soon list. Thank you!

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    Thank you for sharing

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    Thank you very much

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    I haven't done one of these in years, but I've got a stack of scraps teetering in the stratosphere, plus scrap batting. We called this the Schlep Bag. A rose by any other name...thanks for the tute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SooBDo View Post
    I haven't done one of these in years, but I've got a stack of scraps teetering in the stratosphere, plus scrap batting. We called this the Schlep Bag. A rose by any other name...thanks for the tute!
    Yes, it was inspired by the Schlep bag, as I say in my introduction. Hope you make a few. Gotta use those scraps up!
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    Nice tute on this!
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    Really like thus bag. On my list. Thanks for a great tutorial.

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    Thank you for a great tutorial.

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    You did an excellent job putting this tutorial together.

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    Many thanks!
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    Wonderful tutorial..I'm going to have to go back and really study each picture and diagram...but I'm going to try this. The construction is like no other I've seen. Thank you so much for sharing.
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    Wow - what a wonderful tutorial! I love the look of the bag, and I have been collecting 2.5" squares for a bit . . . just because. I wonder if it would be alright to write about your tutorial on my blog? I'm not sure if that is allowed or not. At any rate, great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Home Sewn By Us View Post
    Wow - what a wonderful tutorial! I love the look of the bag, and I have been collecting 2.5" squares for a bit . . . just because. I wonder if it would be alright to write about your tutorial on my blog? I'm not sure if that is allowed or not. At any rate, great job!
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    Yes, I'd be honored. Just remember that the bag design is not original with me. It was inspired by the Schlep bag, free online. I merely made a step-by-step tute of how to make a similar bag using 2.5" candies. I made the tute for our 'candy' collectors in the Birthday Swap.
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