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August 24, 2009


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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!


Hi Heather
I am so glad to hear that! Unfortunately the fabric was a one time release from a store called Fabricland. I wish I bought more...
Thank you for your comments!


Thank you for sharing this pattern, my Grand daughter has made two of these bags, she is really pleased with them. Would you be able to tell me the design name and manufacturer of the turquoise/green 'dandelion effect' fabric please.

Thank you.


Best tutorial yet- the only one that makes sense both in words and pictures! Thank you! Making a bunch of these for my girls, so easy once you make one or two.


Esta hermoso, yo hice uno pequeño sólo para maquillaje y labial y se vé muy bonito algunas amistades les encantó tambien. Gracias por compartir. Saludos.


I have a few days of thinking about this issue!
And as simple as that!


Hi Tiffany
I'm so glad you enjoyed the tutorial! I'm so sorry but I don't have a record of the size I used for that bag and I can't remember. Thank you for your sweet comment :)


Love your tutorial! What dimensions did you cut for the short red & pink polka dot boxy bag? That is the perfect size for me!


Thank you so much! This was easy to follow and the results are AWESOME! Making many more of these

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