Bag #4

September 30, 2008 at 9:16 am 1 comment

This is a cross between bags 1 and 3 with no french seams and the opening left in the top edge rather than the handles or sides. It hits the two important markers of being easy to make and has a neat appearance. The only thing keeping it from perfection is still a bit of bulk in the handle tops. I’m told that a pattern for a lined vest holds the answer but I haven’t found one yet.

On the plus side, I actually remembered to bring them to the grocery store yesterday. Yay me!

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Dinosaur Quilt Top Finished Brioche

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  • 1. jacquie  |  September 30, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    good for you! that would be me…make bags…leave them at home.

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