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Posted on:8/5/10 11:31 PM


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CJ Tinkle said... (6/26/12 7:46 PM) Reply
I've made this bag twice... love it! But I use "Soft and Stable" by Anne for the interfacing, it does amazing things for purse construction!
Carol Tillis said... (5/4/12 8:42 PM) Reply
Have made 2 of them, and now my friends want to make them too! Directions are clear and complete. Ilove this pattern.
JDpenelope said... (8/11/10 3:13 PM) Reply
Very nice bag and the pattern looks great. Yes, I always interface the pockets, too. Thanks for the review. I'm always looking for new ideas for zipper insertion--I prefer a zippered closure. Your fabric choices are great, too.
clt3 said... (8/6/10 8:35 AM) Reply
I recently made the same bag with the same fabric! I like it very much but felt that the outside and inside pockets could use some interfacing. I agree, a clever zipper insertion!
 
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