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Posted on:10/9/08 4:23 PM
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Janie Viers said... (10/19/11 8:34 AM) Reply
Really lovely bag. I don't know about other folks, but that "extra" quilt squares makes the bags more than throw away grocery totes and into the "almost" art group!
Heatherrique said... (10/29/08 6:11 PM) Reply
Beautiful bag!
RuthieSews said... (10/16/08 1:56 PM) Reply
Oh REALLY nice!
Kathy in NM said... (10/11/08 3:11 PM) Reply
Great use of "left over" quilt squares. It would be a nice way to use up those trial squares which just didn't quite work out but you can't give-up! Thanks for the idea....off to look for some potential bag pieces.....
neither said... (10/10/08 7:17 AM) Reply
Leslie in NZ I use a Wool/cotton heavy batting that is a cut off from some lap quilts I made using a king sized batting roll that I usually buy. I use the cut offs for place mats, or lately these bags, and other smaller sewing projects. John
Leslie in NZ said... (10/10/08 2:12 AM) Reply
Great bag! What do you use as stiffener?
mssewcrazy said... (10/9/08 10:23 PM) Reply
The bag is a great idea for using up the squares that many of us have . Btw I like the burda shirtdress- very wearable. That is really neat that you sew things for your wife and the shirts for your self. Keep up the good work.
neither said... (10/9/08 9:40 PM) Reply
VM What with your previous comment on the Burda Dress, and now this item. I assume you have "first hand knowledge" of such things. I defer to your obvious expertise, in these matters. Thanks for the vote of confidence from that segment of society. Have you had your eyes checked yet? Just being honest.
Jill Giard said... (10/9/08 6:41 PM) Reply
Nice bag! Great suggestion for using up those orphan blocks!
sewtime said... (10/9/08 5:11 PM) Reply
Your bag is very nice, love it!
Lyudmila said... (10/9/08 4:33 PM) Reply
I love your bag! It looks very exoensive.
 
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