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Thread: Simple and quick tote tute

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    Senior Member OraLee's Avatar
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    Thank you so much for teaching us how you make the tote. These will be easy to make for Christmas gifts. Not alot of work.

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    Thanks for a really understandable tute!!! How thick is the plexiglass...that's really a great idea.

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    Thank you -- I wonder how many things I can have on bookmarks and my favorites, even if they are only links --lol

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    Thanks for the tutorial, looks simple enough for and old lady to make. Love different bags to carry as purses.

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    How do you bookmark it to save for reviewing when sewing.

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    I love the tutorial, thank you for sharing and for your beautiful instructions. I've wondered this for a long time, can we print a tutorial so that we can have it by our work tables? I noted a member saying that she was going to bookmark it, but you still need the computer to view. Any help gratefully appreciated.
    Love the tip on the plexi, so true that if you put a special name on a common product it will cost you double.

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    Great Purse but, I would have to add pockets. You did a great job on showing how to make it.

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    Thanks lea been looking for something fast to use for a gift bag to put lotions and what nots in for my DILs.If any one has what not ideas let me know.

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    Very nice job. Well done. I may just have to make a couple of these for Christmas presents.
    Thank you.

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    Oh, WONDERFUL!!!! Thank you soooooo much!

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    Your bag is beautiful and the tutorial is excellent, thank you so much.

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    Yes you can print the instructions. Just go to your computer under file and click on print preview then you can look at the number of pages you need to print. Hope this helps.

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    Great tute. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts
    Awesome tute and clear pictures. Thank you! I printed them out.
    How did you print them out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OraLee
    Yes you can print the instructions. Just go to your computer under file and click on print preview then you can look at the number of pages you need to print. Hope this helps.
    Thank you very much. I should have known how to do this. Your tip woke my aged brain up and now I have the instructions. I do so much appreciate you taking the time to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyGee
    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts
    Awesome tute and clear pictures. Thank you! I printed them out.
    How did you print them out?
    Oralee in Florida gave me the tip I needed and I am printing them out now. Thanks anyway.

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    You certainly could teach some of those people out there that sell and write directions for patterns for a living. They charge $12-$17 for their patterns and they are so hard to understand. Your's is soooooooooo much better!!! Thank you so much for sharing and for all the time you spent doing this for us :) I am anxious to get started!

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    Great job - thanks so much.

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    Have a problem, I have a windows 7 computer and it doesn't have the toolbar at the top togo to file or print or print preview. How can I copy them. I have tried to hit the computer icon at top but gives an error message. Also how do you bookmark the subjects you want to save on here.

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    As for bookmarking: Go to top of this page you are looking at. Left side, above the first post on this page and you will see 'bookmark', click it and that will open a window you can add this subject to. Hope you can understand my instructions. Oh, by the way, when you want to retrieve this, you will see in the middle at the top of this page "My bookmarks" click it and what you have saved will be there. :)

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    Thanks for the help

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    Good tute. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiMi in Lutz
    As for bookmarking: Go to top of this page you are looking at. Left side, above the first post on this page and you will see 'bookmark', click it and that will open a window you can add this subject to. Hope you can understand my instructions. Oh, by the way, when you want to retrieve this, you will see in the middle at the top of this page "My bookmarks" click it and what you have saved will be there. :)
    Don't forget to click on "save" after adding the subject line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiMi in Lutz
    You certainly could teach some of those people out there that sell and write directions for patterns for a living. They charge $12-$17 for their patterns and they are so hard to understand. Your's is soooooooooo much better!!! Thank you so much for sharing and for all the time you spent doing this for us :) I am anxious to get started!
    I agree that the purse patterns out there are difficult to understand. i bought the bow tucks and was greatly disappointed. So I just winged it by looking at the picture on the front and reading the measurements. Lazy girl designs has better looking bags and better instructions. She has pictures! So now if I buy I pattern I wont buy online gotta have it in my hands and be able to look at the booklet. If they have a bag made in the shop I can usually look at the bag and figure out how they put it togethr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisalovesquilting
    Great tute! Do you have trouble with things getting under the plexi-glass bottom?
    Nope but I do hide money in the plexi sleeve.

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