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Quilted Snap Bags are fun to make!:)

Old 04-10-2017, 03:12 AM
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Grab a fat quarter or scraps, batting and and a tape measure. I posted a link to a tutorial I used with info on how I made my bags. Quilt your outer bag fabric or simplify and speed up the process with pre-quilted fabric.

Our guild is making these for make-up/toiletry bags for our local Women's Shelter.


http://deedleandthread.com/snap-bag-tutorial/
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Oh so cute! Thank you for sharing the tutorial link . . . I am a bag pattern collector of sorts. HAHAHA - I have yet to make any, but I have a large collection of patterns. ~smile~
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nicely done, and a great donation
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Those are cute, But I couldn't get the link to open.
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Originally Posted by twinkie View Post
Those are cute, But I couldn't get the link to open.
Thank you! I checked the link address and it opens for me. Sorry you are having trouble. You can copy and paste the link address or type it in your search bar to get to the link. You can also go to u-tube under quilting videos to find many other ways to make a quilted snap bag. I hope this helps!
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they look fantastic and very usefull
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Old 04-10-2017, 05:44 AM
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If you set out to make a lot of these, you can buy measuring tape replacement rolls instead of a whole measuring tape device. One roll makes a lot of bags...
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Originally Posted by rl2b-Roseanne View Post
Oh so cute! Thank you for sharing the tutorial link . . . I am a bag pattern collector of sorts. HAHAHA - I have yet to make any, but I have a large collection of patterns. ~smile~
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And I thought I was the only one!
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very pretty bags
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Nice projects. Thanks for the link.
I will have to make some for the grandkids.
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