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    Looking for a bag pattern tutorial

    I need a tutorial for a bag using double sided fusible foam. I thought I had one saved. When I look on Pinterest all there is is Etsy ads. Grr
    🌺 Lorie

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    https://www.craftandfabriclinks.com/...g/totebag.html

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    • Rhonda K
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      I like that one! Thanks!

    #3
    What size or type of bag?

    There are some here.

    https://sew4home.com/category/bags/

    When I make bags, I cut the batting one inch smaller so that it isn't in the seam allowance.

    Helpful how-to information here.

    https://auntiestwo.com/tips-video-oops/#

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    • Hulamoon
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      That would of good to mention. lol One of my dd's was looking at a cosmetic bag. I saw in your links something else instead. There are so much to look at! Thanks!

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    I've made the improv tote (Crafty Gemini) and the https://quiltingtutorials.com/tutori...one-jelly-roll
    Katrina
    “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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      #5
      I'm such a dunce. The thing I was thinking of was on her Pinterest page. It's a type of cosmetic bag but opens up to a square storage tray.

      Here's the pattern

      https://fabricartdiy.com/diy-fabric-...wing-patterns/

      🌺 Lorie

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        #6
        The conversions from centimeters to inches she gives are not correct and will not work. I redid her conversions after reading a comment on her you tube video.

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        • Hulamoon
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          Don't tell me you just made that?! Well thank you for the warning😊

        • cv quilter
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          What are the correct measurements, please.

        • sewUK
          sewUK commented
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          I could be wrong (tell me if I am lol) but the ones I checked (not all of them) seemed to be correct. In the uk we changed from imperial to metric a few years ago and I think we're used to it now - of course all the schoolchildren know nothing else. I must say centimetres are much easer to deal with - no 7/8" or 3/8" to deal with. All my rulers are in inches so than can be a problem sometimes. Love the pattern though

        #7
        I made six of them for Christmas presents. I downloaded another of her patterns and had to change six of her nine sizes. Her videos are on you tube. Her channel is called "sewingtimes".

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          #8
          Here is one with measurements. The ends of the pouch aren't as defined as previous patterns. I would want to square the corners more and incorporate a seam.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7HkcqhRJFE

          The patterns using the separate squares on each end have better definition.

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            #9
            Since none of my rulers are metric, I used a conversion table from the internet.
            She said that 12cm is 4 1/4 (4.250) inches. The chart says it is 4.724 (almost 4 3/4 inches).
            She said that 19cm is 7 1/8 (7.125) inches. The chart says it is 7.480 (almost 7 1/2 inches).
            She said that 20cm is 7 5/8 (7.625) inches. The chart says it is 7.874 ( 7 7/8 inches).

            Those are just some of the differences. Maybe I am being picky but some of those differences are more than I would want to deal with. The pattern I used is from a Korean lady but as Rhonda pointed out there are several similar patterns out there. Find one you like and go for it. I made 7 (six usable ones) and hated each one more than the last one.

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              #10
              Wow, looking at Rhonda's link and on the side bar there are tons of tutes for these. Reminds me of the pencil case that slides up and down that I posted awhile back.

              I might leave this for last, lots of other things to make!
              🌺 Lorie

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