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Posted on:1/4/09 2:03 PM


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regine said...
Hi Nancy, thanks for the advice, I will certainly look for the fusible fleece, it sounds like the perfect answer to my problem.
1/5/09 11:21 AM
nancy2001 said...
Great looking bag. Next time you might want to see if you can get fusible fleece interfacing in South Africa. You can iron it to your fabric for body, and you wouldn't have to quilt it.
1/5/09 8:17 AM
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The quilting is such a good idea. The bag looks elegant, and thank you for sharing your experience in making the bag, and the most useful comments. Mina
1/5/09 6:12 AM Click here if you wish to edit your comment
Mary Nanna said...
it looks great.. thanks for the advice about fabric selection.. clearly getting the right weight is very important!
1/4/09 6:57 PM
moonchild61 said...
Despite all the trouble you had, it is a great purse!
1/4/09 4:56 PM
sewtime said...
Cute bag!
1/4/09 2:09 PM
 
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