WIP bag pattern

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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by grizle » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:29 pm

grubbiejulz wrote:
karmiec wrote:Orders for one of each please :wink:
LOL - that inspires me to want to go shopping... must resist the urge to buy more fabrics
All from stash.....go shop your stash girl......I think that fabric was my Mums.....or my sisters :twitch:

But I think I do want some of that padding stuff....hoping Spotty has it 8-[ :? :twitch: :rant:
mine was from stash too. I would recommend some suitable interfacing for it though.
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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by grubbiejulz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:36 pm

grizle wrote:
grubbiejulz wrote:
karmiec wrote:Orders for one of each please :wink:
LOL - that inspires me to want to go shopping... must resist the urge to buy more fabrics
All from stash.....go shop your stash girl......I think that fabric was my Mums.....or my sisters :twitch:

But I think I do want some of that padding stuff....hoping Spotty has it 8-[ :? :twitch: :rant:
mine was from stash too. I would recommend some suitable interfacing for it though.
Yeah....my outer stuff was fairly strong and i used Iron on interfacing on both the outer and inner and its only *just* enough
Got to find that batting :twitch: I do like that it folds away tho, I wouldn't want it too stiff

*wanders off to bed wondering what bag to make tomorrow* :smt044
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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by Khai » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:06 am

Zomg, these are so cool. I need some sewing skills.

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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by Noisybabe007 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:18 pm

Claude30 wrote:i was thinking about this this arvo, and was going to hunt out the tute for the one mine is, BUT as much as i love it i am going to make some drawstring ones cause you have to take the ball out when knitting as i too have had it stick in the zip.

i am going to make something like this
http://madquilter.blogspot.com/2008/11/ ... orial.html
or this
http://madquilter.blogspot.com/2008/11/ ... orial.html
or this
http://madquilter.blogspot.com/2008/04/ ... t-bag.html
Have just been looking at making some wip/project bags - tried to look at these, but can't - any ideas how to request permission to view the blog?
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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by Claude30 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:09 pm

Pass it used to be a open blog 2 years ago .
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Re: WIP bag pattern

Post by Noisybabe007 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:16 pm

Claude30 wrote:Pass it used to be a open blog 2 years ago .
Bugger, thanks anyway
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