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August 24, 2009


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what measurements of fabric for the top and inside of the fabric piece should i take to make a bag of finished measurements 4.5 high x 4.5 wide x 6 long (inches), please help. thanks!

Melody Johnson

Thank you so much for the pattern and tutorial. I made two as gifts and the directions were so easy to follow. You are right, other tutorials on the net are not as nice and are difficult to follow. Love this one!

Sarah J.

This is the best tutorial on these pouches I've seen. Thanks so much!

maria villanueva

enjoyed ur tutorial. this is my next project. thank you.

Mai Dire Amigurumi

Thank you so much for this tutorial! Great work, so useful!!
I followed the italian version and I made this: Thank you so much!


You have no idea how grateful I am for this comprehensive tutorial! This is really commendable! I tried it and I love my new pouch! Thank you :)

maria villanueva

your tutorial isso easy to understand. I found it so easy to make abag. thankyou.

Sherri Maple

Thank you so much for this tutorial. I love the way it is finished. I made one today and I will make lots more. I used prequilted fabric that I bought at Joanne's. They have lots of patterns and the backs are coordinated so that the lining looks really great. It made it a nice weight and I did not use the batting since it was quilted. Great instructions. Just what I have been looking for. Thanks!


Glad I found your tutorial - thanks for figuring out how to hide the seams. Tried a couple others but didn't like the exposed seams.

Tammy F

Oo thank you! I'm halfway through another tutorial, but not happy with the exposed seams so going to try to unpick the whole damn thing and start all over your way! Well let you know how I do!

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