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Pattern Reviews> Amy Butler> AB021WT (Weekender Travel Bag)

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Posted on:9/13/07 8:55 PM
Last Updated:9/14/07 1:49 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 5 people    Very Helpful by 1 people   
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gatorgirl4325 said... (9/17/07 11:54 AM) Reply
Beautiful bag! Mine is cut out, I just have to sit down and sew it. Your review makes me want to get to it!!
bunz said... (9/16/07 7:09 PM) Reply
LOL!! Yes, it's an enabler project -- I still think you lined up the flower on the front:-)
JDpenelope said... (9/15/07 9:44 PM) Reply
Beautiful job. You aren't the first person who has struggled with this pattern, but it sure looks worth it. Leslie in Austin--an expert sew-ist--also mentioned problems with the measurements, so it's probably not just you. But this bag is so beautiful that I'm also going to try it, in spite of everything -- I need a place for my yarn and knitting/crochet projects.
Dmd4106 said... (9/14/07 8:39 PM) Reply
Great job. Love the color combo.
khurtdvm said... (9/14/07 7:59 PM) Reply
Great looking bag!
Karen6790 said... (9/14/07 4:11 PM) Reply
Oh, I might need this pattern. Love your fabric choice. Great bag.
Sigrid. said... (9/14/07 4:01 PM) Reply
Great bag. Once again I'm thinking I have to try to sew one (never did).
Jennifer shaw said... (9/14/07 3:17 PM) Reply
Your bag turned out great! Thanks for your helpful review.
Kitty Couture said... (9/14/07 3:07 PM) Reply
Gorgeous bag!
DorothyK said... (9/14/07 2:12 PM) Reply
Great bag. The matching of the fabric in the front is amazing.
Hilary said... (9/14/07 9:23 AM) Reply
Beautiful! I love the fabrics you chose :o)
BJ1400 said... (9/14/07 8:50 AM) Reply
Great looking bag. I love the fabric.
cindyann said... (9/14/07 8:17 AM) Reply
I'm with Cidell, I HAVE to make this! It's so cute.
Christina W said... (9/14/07 8:16 AM) Reply
Wow - your bag looks great - what a nice person you are to give it to your stepmom. You've convinced me to try this pattern!
MissCelie said... (9/14/07 7:25 AM) Reply
I *have* to make this bag!
Happy go lucky said... (9/14/07 3:30 AM) Reply
I LOVE the fabric! Fantastic looking bag. What an enabler!
Warbler said... (9/13/07 9:11 PM) Reply
Nice review! I too have made this bag and several Amy Bulter "Frenchy" Bags. I love her directions and pattern layout. I think the corners are a challenge but found that after the first corner I was able to work slowly and get all the layers to fit well. I love how much body the Timtex gives this bag. All the other purses I have made I used Peltex 70 or Ultra Firm, a more economical choice.
 
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