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Posted on:2/25/04 7:05 PM


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ShereeSews said... (3/19/04 5:50 PM) Reply
Cute as can be! Love the clear handles too.
Mother Superior said... (2/29/04 8:14 AM) Reply
Thanks everyone :) Vilene is non woven interfacing, sorry for the confusion. "Daggy" means unfashionable ;)
Danvillegirl said... (2/27/04 6:23 PM) Reply
Thanks for sharing this review. I love large bags, I carry everything!!! So I will look at this bag. My recent bag was a bit too small. Love the fabric you used. Not sure what vilene is, assume it is interfacing. You might want to try fusible fleece, it gives the bags more body. Good review.
Sharon M said... (2/26/04 1:27 PM) Reply
*Love* your choice of fabric. Thanks for the tips on the sizing of these bags!
SewingSusan said... (2/26/04 6:22 AM) Reply
I love your bag. While you're explaining, could you tell us what 'daggy' means too? :)
JDpenelope said... (2/26/04 1:51 AM) Reply
Nice bag, good tips. I like bags smaller, too. Can you explain what vilene is to a beginner? Thanks!
 
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