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Reviewed by:Judy Kski
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Posted on:4/17/10 3:06 PM
Last Updated:4/21/10 11:09 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 5 people   
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MissCelie said...
This looks fantastic! must make to travel with! thanks for the heads up. And I love the quilted fabric you chose.
4/17/10 4:34 PM
Nurse Jane said...
Lovely! I am about to make a similar bag. Can you describe for us the method you used to construct your insert, please? Clever idea.
4/18/10 5:50 AM
JTink said...
I bought this pattern when it first came out and have made literally dozens from it. I like the two smaller sizes and I actually quilt my fabric. It gives that stability you were looking for. I find the pre-quilted fabrics just aren't sturdy enough. I use the double fold bias tape to cover the inside seams. I give these as gifts, usually filled with all kinds of goodies. I've also used them as purses. It's a great pattern. I like your idea of the webbing.
4/22/10 7:35 AM
dingyadi said...
Your bag is just fantastic! It looks much nicer than the ones in the pattern pic too.
4/22/10 8:57 AM
BrightFeather said...
I actually made this pattern, but my design changes made it really hard to sew together.
4/22/10 5:26 PM
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