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July 18, 2007



I love that bag! It's so cheery in pinks and yellows. If I did something like dye yarn, then I'd offer to trade...yarn for a bag. If you ever end up making a bag that doesn't have a home, let me know and maybe I can come up with something.


The bag came out great! And the flower was the perfect touch. Great!!!!
Sheri in GA

Sheepish Annie

Fabulous!!! I love the colors and the flower...too cute! When I was making totes last year, someone at Joann's suggested that I use interfacing designed for window shades. I don't know if that's what you are using since I can't remember the brand names, but it really worked well. Hard to fuse...but very stiff!


Lurve that bag!! So cute. And I'm all about the pink!!

Restless Knitter

I have no idea what half of that stuff is but it's a pretty bag!


Great bag!


That's a cute bag! I usually use fleece for the quilted exterior and fusible interfacing for the lining. I think 2 layers of fleece would be pretty bulky.


That one's even prettier than the one you showed before. It's lovely.


That is so adorable!


Awesome bag! Now that is what I aspire to!


Darling. As usual, darling.


I LOVE that bag! I wish I could come up with some cute ideas like that, but when I sew, I've still got to follow a pattern. In time, I hope. You know, I could trade you more handspun for a bag like that ;) Hee hee.


It's a great bag Beth!! I love the happy colors and the flower!! Great job!


I love the colors in that bag! The flower is a nice little addition.


Love, love the bag, Beth!


So Pretty! I love the patchwork.


Beth, the tote is just beautiful! You did a fantastic job. I use Peltex for all of my bags. I find it's the best stuff...sometimes I iron it on, sometimes I don't, depending on the project. I use it as well with my felted bag linings...makes a huge difference in the finished bag.


Gorgeous bag! Love the colors and your design. I like using the double sided fusible Peltex for ATCs and bookmarks. An easy way to fuse on a front and back and then finish the edges on the sewing machine with a tight zigzag. I've been using Timtex for my folios. Even though it looks just like the Peltex 70 is seems to have a stiffer body when used over time. I made folios using both Peltex 70 and Timtex, the Timtex won out for me.


I love your quilted knitting bag. it's lovely, and the colors are great.

Pamela Holloway

I like your quilted knitting tote that is on this page.
Can you please let me know where you got the pattern for the above quilted knitting tote?
My brother would like me to make one for my neice and i have plenty of off cuts from a quilt i made using "Morris Tapestry" material. He thinks my neice would like the colours.

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