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Thread: Quilted purses

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    So nice of you to actually take time to post a tute, complete with pics! I'll probably add plastic canvas to the bottom.
    Where are the pics you posted first? I like to save a pic before starting a project.Thanks a lot.

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    You done an outstanding job on the Tute I have bookmarked and will try one soon. Thanks for the lesson.

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    What a great tutorial....I've just bookmarked it...your photos are clear and self-explanatory....thanks so much.

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    I love it! Thanks so much for this. I love the zipper pocket. I've done them before but not this way. Will be so much easier! Again, thanks for the tut.

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    bag pic to go with tute

    here is pic I posted first
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    Those are gorgeous!! I love the blue one especially. That's just my fave color!!

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    This is great! Thanks

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    Looks like the dog is saying, "are you ever going to be done with that thing and take me for a walk?" PS, great tute. TFS

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    thank you...can't wait to try it!

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    Your tut is super,I like to make bags for gifts and you have made it very straightforward.Thank you.

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    Thanks so much for sharing - this is great!

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    Looks like this is much simplier than most patterns I have purchased and made. Love your quilt police. Beautiful looking dog.
    Thank You for taking the time to post.

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    Zippers and I do NOT get along, but I might even be able to do that one. thanks.

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    Thank u 4 your fast responding, that's why friends :-D Instructions were so easy to follow.
    Just one :?: Is the two sides of green pocket sewed to the zipper?
    So one side of pocket is green, the other wall of the pocket is solid brown colour in this bag.

    Thank u 4 your precious time u give .

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    I will try this, nice pattern, like the different color zipper ,Thanks

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    Would you please share what type of batting you used? I am looking for something that is sturdy but easy to turn. Do you think interfacing would help to make it stay open but not to stiff? Arthritis in the hands keep me from making bags. I just love them ~ so fashionable! Great job and thank you for doing this!!

    Quilter711

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    THANKS !!!!! Great tute.

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    Great tutorial. I was planning to make some "sandwiches" to practice FMQ but hate to waste the fabric and batting. Now I'll make them this purse size and have a project ready to go with no waste. Thanks so much.

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    Thank you!

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    Great instructions...
    and I love your policeman...I used to have one just like him. Yankee died more than 15 years ago, but I still think of him and Charlie (white sheppard) frequently!!!
    Thanks for tuteing us!!!
    BJ

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    Saved it....thanks so much.

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    Pictures are worth 1000 words. But you supplied both. :)Thanks so much. Will book mark for later.

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    Thank you for this tutorial.

    I love your quilt police!

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    Really great tut, I am bookmarking this one. I really like that the inside also has a nice finish.

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    Plan on trying this! I needed the zipper info. Looks like you have made it a simple process.

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