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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabird3
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    My girlfriend and I do a lot of bus tours and short trips. I have my own favorite oatmeal packets for breakfast. Also drink only decafe coffee/tea and use sugar subs. This would be a really neat way to carry my own preferences and have what I like when the hotels don't.

    Thanks a bunch.

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    Thank you for taking the time for doing the tutorial on the tea bag wallet I hope I can make it soon.

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    Oh my gosh! Too cute. I love it and will be making some for my tea drinking friends. They'll make great Christmas gifts too.

    Thank you so much.
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    What wonderful stocking stuffers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mar32428
    Quote Originally Posted by mamabird3
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    My girlfriend and I do a lot of bus tours and short trips. I have my own favorite oatmeal packets for breakfast. Also drink only decafe coffee/tea and use sugar subs. This would be a really neat way to carry my own preferences and have what I like when the hotels don't.

    Thanks a bunch.
    You know that is a super gift idea for any traveler....

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    That was a great tutorial. I plan to make one for a special friend who loves hot tea.

    Thank you

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    Thanks so much for doing this. Will give it a try tonight.

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I need this. I keep tea bags in my purse for the times a restaurant serves only Lipton or some other brand I don't care for, or for when they you ask for a second cup and they bring only hot water but no fresh bag (I'd sure like to see them do that for coffee drinkers! I tip extra if a waitress brings me a sencond teabag.)

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    Very nice! These would make very nice teacher or friend gifts. Or church member.

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    Thanks so much for the tutorial :)

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    perhaps one could make it a little larger to carry pads

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    Great tut. Thanks so much.

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    One of my best friends always carries tea with her.. usually in a worn plastic zip bag.. This is perfect for a little gift for her.. Thank you!! It's cute and practical and a small enough gift that she won't feel like she has to give me something!!

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    Thanks for the tute. Real cute idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for the Tute!!!!

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    My friend has to drink decaf tea & so when she took a long vacation trip, I made one of these, so as she could enjoy her tea in resturants. She says it is so handy & always has it in her purse even here at home. A great gift.

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    Thanks for the tute.

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    Your so welcome. Please post pictures of your tea wallets.. I would love to see everyones twist on the pattern!

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    Great idea, whenever we got for dinner at the children's house they never have regular tea, my husband doesn't care for flavored teas and tisanes, so I will definetly sew one. It's also great for travelling, I recently when to Italy and I carried some tea bags in a ziplock, not too great for a sewer. I will post a pic when it's done
    Thanks a million for your tutorial

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    I liked these when you first posted a picture and I was so glad to see this tute posted. They are perfect Christmas gifts for the girls in my Red Hat group. After reading the other ideas, I also want to make one for a good friend who always carries Crystal Light with her. Hope I can do it.
    THANK YOU AGAIN SO MUCH.

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    Love your teabag holder tut! Thank-you for sharing. These would make great little Christmas stocking stuffers for friends.

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    I have heard of people having little fold up wallets like this for their pull tabs and little extra cards at BINGO. I asked my MIL about it. She said she (being a bingo player) would love something like that. Going to have her bring me cards home so I can test out the size and make one for her.

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    That is really neat! Thanks.

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    Love it--looks beautiful.

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    Thank you so much, those are very neat. God bless.

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