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Thread: Sewing Tote Tutorial

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    Super Member eparys's Avatar
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    Put this together as several asked how I made it. I made a second one and put lots of pics in it.

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    Sewing Tote Directions

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    What a great job on the Tutorial. I am definitely making one of these.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1jan
    What a great job on the Tutorial. I am definitely making one of these.

    Thanks for sharing.
    If you have questions - feel free to PM me - It was really easy.

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    Thank you so much for going to all the trouble of making a great tute! I really appreciate it!

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    Thanks so much! I loved this the minute I saw your first one and appreciate the time you took to do the tutorial. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tootsie
    Thanks so much! I loved this the minute I saw your first one and appreciate the time you took to do the tutorial. :thumbup:
    Thanks! It was fun to do for all of you and the second one has many improvements in construction :lol:

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    Oh, what a wonderful pattern!!!!

    Thank you so much for putting in all of that time to make the tutorial.

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    That was a great tutorial. I learned things I wasn't sure of. Going to try it.

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    Thank you for putting all this together. Not only would it make a great sewing tote, but with some minor changes it would make a great travel bag for jewelry. Wonderful gift idea!

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    Another gift I can make for friends and family. Thank youy.

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    That is such a cute tote!! Thanks for taking the time to do a tute. =)

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    awesome! thank you.

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    Wonderful tutorial! Thanks!

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    Thank you! I am on my way downstairs to give it a try.

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    OK - all - Please post a pic if you make one!! Can not wait to see what you do.

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    If I haven't said it enough, the members of this newsletter are the greatest. So many of you give us such valuable information. I am a new quilter, but maybe some day, I will have something to give.
    Thank you for your tutorial. :) :)

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    WOW thanks so much. Like Nancy said, also great for jewelry. I make jewelry and am often gragging just anything to take something with me on the spur of the moment.

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    Terrific idea - Thanks for the tutorial

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    thank you

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    That is the cutiest tote bag I have seen and YOU made it seem so easy ! thank you Dee :lol: :lol: :)

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    Someone just linked this older post. What a good idea!

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    Love this tote, definitely on my to do list.

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    did this today love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore View Post
    did this today love it
    Yes this IS an old post - lol !! Glad you ladies liked it. I am not sure if I explained in this post that a lady from guild had one that I envied so I went home and made one. I made some modifications as her only had to zipped pocketsSince then I think I have made at least six more. I now use craftex as it gives it some body without something rigid in it.

    fromzstore do you have pictures? Did you do anything different?
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    Wonderful, easy-to-read and follow directions! Thanks for sharing.
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