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Thread: Simple and quick tote tute

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter64779
    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.
    Try doing a right click of the mouse on the page that you want to print. Select print preview and it should let you see how many pages make up the topic you want to print. I just found out how to do this today, it works in Vista.

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    Thank you I tried that and I think it will work. Can't get used to this new one. It's completely different than the others we have had. Thanks again.

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    Very cool, thank you so much for doing this. For tote bottoms, I use cross-stitch plastic and cut it to shape. Cheaper, flexible and easy to cut...

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    If you want to print this Pattern. I was going to print this and it was coming up as 23 pages so I copied it into word and reduced the pictures to small ones and it printed 6 pages.

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    Thank you very much for this.
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    Thank you for the tute! Great instructions!

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    Beautiful Xmas fabric i love the bag and easy to follow instruction thank you i saved it for a later date :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the great tute! I just bought a pattern for a tote but your instructions are so much simpler and easier to understand. All the great pictures did the trick. I printed out everything so I would not have to run to the computer to look at the tutorial. Have a great day!

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    Excellent job!
    I was thinking of making some of these for birthday gifts - next year! I know how to make them unlined and not layered but not like you posted.

    Now you provided the instructions! Thanks

    Bookmarking

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    That is a good tute. You could adjust the size for larger or smaller ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Thank you for the tutorial. I'm bookmarking it.
    Me too! Thanks. Your tote is beautiful!

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    I cant wait to try this, I am working on something very simular for my sons GF, I want to put the shower gell and lotion in them.

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    one od the best tutorials I have found!

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    Thanks for a super tutorial. I've got so many bag ideas running around in my head - this will help get me started! You make it sound so easy.

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    Thank you so much for a great step-by-step tutorial. It's bookmarked & on the list (which appears to be getting longer....)

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    Not only did you make a lovely tote, you also did a great job on the tutorial. Thank you.

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    excellent-- thank you for all the extra work

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Thank you for the tutorial. I'm bookmarking it.
    Me too! Thanks!

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    Yes, I am bookmarking also. I learn by pictures. This was great.

    Quote Originally Posted by golfer
    Not only did you make a lovely tote, you also did a great job on the tutorial. Thank you.

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    Thank you so much. I'm a bit of a beginner with totes and this one inspired me and I finished it yesterday. It looks great and I'm using it as a sort of Stocking for my step-daughter's Christmas presents. Many many thanks.

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    fusible batting pellon 971

    fusible interfacing pellon 950

    What are the numbers after the fusibles on the supplies' list? Are they measurements or Pellon-item-numbers?

    Thanks.

    Holly

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    This tutorial was very clear and concise. Thank you for taking the time to post it! I love the ideal of the decorative stitch on the contrasting fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skillon
    fusible batting pellon 971

    fusible interfacing pellon 950

    What are the numbers after the fusibles on the supplies' list? Are they measurements or Pellon-item-numbers?

    Thanks.

    Holly
    Pellon has different weights of interfacing and fleece thats the numbers. Do I know their system of numbers, nope. I feel the stuff and buy it. And so far these two have worked for me. There are other brands out there I like pellon. Many say its to expensive, I get mine half off and joanns on sale. If you use a heavier wieght fabric you dont need either. Upholstery fabric is nice and firm. And when you add it up the cost is about the same once you add the interfacing.

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    Thank you for your tute. I love the tute and it is so clear and the pictures are great. Now I understand how things are done. I think that I will have a go some day.

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    Exactly where do you buy the plexiglass?

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