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Posted on:3/23/08 3:10 PM


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JDpenelope said... (10/16/10 1:59 PM) Reply
Peggy -- I'm just now making these for a local cancer center. Glad to see your review and your beautiful bags. Great job. Thanks for the photos.
SunFlowers said... (4/4/08 3:40 PM) Reply
Peggy, I also made a tutorial with step-by-step pictures on my blog: http://sewbrazilian.blogspot.com/2008/03/bolsa-conforto-anti-ouch-pouch.html I hope that helps as a complement too. It is for sure a great project!!! Chris
SunFlowers said... (4/4/08 3:36 PM) Reply
Peggy, I also made a tutorial with step-by-step pictures on my blog: http://sewbrazilian.blogspot.com/2008/03/bolsa-conforto-anti-ouch-pouch.html I hope that helps as a complement too. It is for sure a great project!!! Chris
Peggy L said... (4/4/08 7:06 AM) Reply
Two handfuls is plenty. They are very lightly stuffed!! It won't look like enough but put it over your shoulder and you'll see.
SexiSadi said... (4/3/08 7:01 PM) Reply
I like this idea. I might try and make a few of these when I finally get all my premee wraps done.
JenSews2 said... (4/3/08 11:07 AM) Reply
Yours look great! How much stuffing is needed? The ASG website says 2 handfuls... is that really enough?
Elemenopeo said... (3/26/08 4:14 PM) Reply
Great project!
lilyofthevalley said... (3/24/08 7:34 PM) Reply
You've turned this practical and kind project into quite a beauty with your embellishments. It's bound to make any recipient feel just a tiny bit better, if only from the love coming from you. What a wonderful person you are! -Lily
So So said... (3/24/08 11:38 AM) Reply
Great idea! I can't get the pictures to load. When I had my surgery i used to sleep with a pillow under my arm to prevent the ouch!
BettyMike said... (3/24/08 9:10 AM) Reply
I just read a story about the anti-ouch pouch in the April/May issue of sewnews. What a great idea!
Athene said... (3/23/08 10:45 PM) Reply
I really appreciate all the picture Peggy. It helps me to understand exactly how the bags are made up. This is a really good project for breast surgery patients.
PegL said... (3/23/08 6:08 PM) Reply
Really nice bags for an extremely worthy project from a very nice lady!
 
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