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Thread: Quilted Travel Bag

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    Love your bag. Your tutorial was informative and easy to understand. Wish I had the courage to tackle making one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlpa View Post
    Is your FMQ done on a regular machine or LA?
    Nice work btw!
    I use a regular sewing machine. I have a Juki 2000 and I use it for piecing and FMQ.

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    This is lovely. Some of the pictures that have the text on the right hand side cut off part of the text so I am unable to view all of the instructions. Is it only me that has this issue and if so, what can I do to be able to view all of the verbiage from the tutorial. I would like to make this bag to take as my carry on for our trip to England in May.

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    thanks for this - very nice bag

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    Awesome job, thanks for sharing!

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    Great bag and easy to follow tutorial. (and it has a zipper!.) Will need to try to make this one. Thanks for sharing.

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    WOW, great bag, and I love the idea for the hard bottom being covered with batting.

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    PDF for Travel Bag

    Hopefully this works, I haven't posted as of yet on the new site.
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    If you are like me and your eyes aren't what they use to be, you can open the PDF and enlarge it to 150%, just make sure you open your window all the way.
    June

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    Thanks June...I knew there was some talented lady who could convert this for us. Great bag...can't wait to make it now that we have a PDF.
    Linda

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    So, are you making me one Sis? Nice tutorial and I love your quilting. I'll need a lesson in butterflies and dragonflies next time we get together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juneayerza View Post
    Hopefully this works, I haven't posted as of yet on the new site.
    June--

    Thanks for doing the PDF for us! Now I can save the tut for when I need it. You're the best
    Sue

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    You are welcome Sue. I'm so glad there is such a thing as PDF's, it just makes things so much more easier to save.
    June

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    Thanks for the great tut. I love your quilting.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Wonderful tutorial! My computer cut off the right hand side as well, so Thank You JuneA for converting to a PDF for me to print out in full! I have a JellyRoll waiting at home and am looking forward to trying this! I've never tackled FMQ so now might be the time to experiment

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    Thank you for the PDF now I can save it and not have to hunt it down. A friend asked me to make something, out of some printed blocks she is getting, for the Japanese Chin Rescue and that same day your bag tutorial was posted. I hope you don't mind I showed her the bag and she loves it so I told her I would make bags out of the two blocks. I just wouldn't be able to do the butterflies and dragonflies because I wasn't that good. :-) Is it ok if I do that with your bag design?

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    Absolutely! I did the tutorial to help anyone that might want to do a bag! I actually used it as a practice piece for quilting. I'm still learning FMQ and enjoy making small projects that I can try new techniques on. Hope you post a picture of the bag you make! I would love to see what others come up with! Let me know if you have any questions about the bag!

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    So nice, great job just love it.......did u motion quilt on a regular machine, I want to try on my Singer but scared....
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    What a lovely tutorial for a spectacular travel bag. Beautiful colours and quilting.

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    Beautiful bag! I love your pre-finish techniques and those handles are really clever. What I want to know now is where/how you learned to do that FMQ? I'm very impressed. Maybe you could do a tute on that?
    Never underestimate the power of a woman with a sewing machine!

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    Just love what u did here, thanks for sharing the tute too
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    so cool, I can't wait till i'm able to do the quilting that way. that is very pretty.
    Ladyredhawk

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    Thanks for the tut. Your quilting is also very beautiful.
    Lizzy in La.

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    I just ran across this again. I have some of those scrap rolls from where the company puts them in the grab bag type thing instead of trashing the stips with the selvege.....this would be a great project for those!! I sent this to a friend and just had to look at it again. Just love it!! Thank you for sharing the tutorial.
    Angie S.

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    How beautiful. this is a great way to use up scraps. Must try it !

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