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February 01, 2013

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carolld

Great post! I needed that information as I haven't started mine yet. Hope to get to it tomorrow. Lynn sent me that link too and I was glad to see you got it. My Janome does not do well with bulk, so I'm worried about that. If I had a featherweight that would be better, don't you think? Maybe I'll try my treadle machine. Wonder if that still works? Thanks again for all the info.

carolld

PS: I forgot to add how much I like your bag and the fabrics you used. That lining is great too. You always have a good eye for that. Buffie said to me Saturday when I was picking lining, do it like Stephanie does...she always has such cute linings.

Thimbleanna

Very, VERY cute Mama Pea! I Love the fabric you selected -- just perfect for your little pouch. I may just have to try one of these!

Lynn

I plan to make at least one more of these, maybe this weekend. I think this bag will be great for my retreat swap of "sewing related items."

Love your main fabric!

terriaw

Great zip pouch! I love the multiple zipper pockets for all sorts of doo-dads. Thanks for the great info about the pattern and process. Stay warm!

Debbie

oh what a great little triple-zip! Thanks for all your hints. I also posted a comparison of the two finishing methods if your readers are interested...many thanks to Marci for posting hers with the great pics. I think folks will find them very helpful. Thanks so much for joining in the 3ZAL!

Jodi Guerrero

Such a cute bag! I've been getting my nerves up to make this so Thank you for your tips! Awesome job!

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Maggie Szafranski

Very cute! The zippers are always the hard part on these things!

Rene'

I love your triple zip bag Stephanie! Cute fabrics. Really like the kites.

Ellie Q

Very cute! Thanks for all the information. I am still hoping to do one of these, but not til next week. Is it sad to have to schedule your projects several weeks in advance?! :)

Linda in Calif.

This is really a cute purse - and I just love the boys running. You did the right thing using the solids, it mains the main fabric really pop, and saves the good fabric for something else. And the blue zipper if perfect with the boys shirt color. Great job.

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