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Thread: Simple and quick tote tute

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    I've only made one quilted tote bag @wore it out with washing @using so much.Always had trouble with box corners but this looks so much simpler.Have to make a ton of these.Great tute too.patricia graham :-D

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    Love your tut.

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    WOW!!!! Thank you Lee....amazing tute! :):):)

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    Thank you for sharing !!! We all need one or two of those...i love your choice of fabrics too.

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    Good tutorial. I am going to make one as soon as i decide on a fabric. I want one to take on a cruise when we go on shore to shop ! Thanks so much.

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    thanks, great looking tote

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    Thanks so much, looks so easy for sure the way u did it here, cool, I am bookmarking this for sure
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    Thank you!!! I am bookmarking this for future use.

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    Thank You! Great tutorial!
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    Nice tute for sure and easy to follow, thanks will try this for sure
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    Great bag and a wonderful tute. Everyone should be able to follow - great job and thanks.

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    Very nice indeed. And quick. Lots of room for enhancing, adding pockets etc., but that's the candy. The plain and easy part of this in surely tempting. Thank you so much! Ellie
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    I really like your tute you did a great job on it
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Very nice bag and tute. Thanks for sharing.
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    Oh how nice! Great tute. Really pretty fabric.

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    I love this bag! Easy to understand, and I'm new at all this! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter64779 View Post
    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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    Hi Lea,
    Me again, Ann from Ma. Still in love worth table. Looking for help. What is the name for the vinyl and where can I purchase it. No one seems to know when I ask. I just think this is the ultimate finishing touch.
    Forever grateful for your time, kindness and understanding.
    Ann, ma. [email protected]
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    thanks for the tutorial
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    Well done! Thanks for posting!
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    Great instructions I've been scratching my head on a pattern I was working on and I got stuck, came here first figured someone would have a tutorial on here. Now to figure out how to bookmark it.

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    Thanks so much for the tute! I have bookmarked it. Nice tote from your tute! LOL
    Alma
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    Your Tote is so pretty and the Tute is so clear. I really want to make this. Thanks

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    I have made around 10 to 15 of theses bags, and this week I walked two others thru making theirs. Your step by step directions are GREAT, nice job. My sister liked the bigger, also wanted double ties in the two different fabric's, I also stack three buttons together, just for fun.
    Nancy. . . Alameda, Ca.

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    Nangars , wow 15 I think you've made more of these than I. For awhile I sold them. They are handy totes. It would be easy to make a bow tuck style purse out of these. Glad I could share!

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