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Posted on:1/30/11 3:00 PM


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Doctor Sister said... (1/31/11 7:21 AM) Reply
Bagabon, I'd test the fleece. Add up how many layers you'd have and test it with your machine. I think it would be nice and maybe with the bound edge on the top. That's the only place where the thickness would be a problem. Sis
JDpenelope said... (1/31/11 5:48 AM) Reply
Nice first pattern review. I got a kick out of reading it, even though I won't be making one. It is very odd how many layers some patterns ask you to sew through! You found a good work around, though. (I have an industrial machine and that is exactly why I got one.) You made a nice gift.
bagabon said... (1/30/11 7:50 PM) Reply
Love your fabric choice!!! I'm in the process of making one of these for my DD. I was wondering if you like the drape of it? I was considering putting pellon fleece on the body of the bag. What do you think... too much?
 
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