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    Default Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    This one was fairly quick - I've got a few more in the pipeline, experimenting with fabric choices and colors. I can see myself making a number of these for any future craft sales... Thanks for taking a peek
    I don't know why some of these came out sideways here - they are fine on my computer!
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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    That turned out very nice and the size seems right for a quick trip out without carrying a lot of stuff. The rivets look good on the handles too I wish I could master the rivets.

    I forgot that I have this pattern and just found some fabric in my stash that would be good for this bag! Thanks for posting!

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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharyn J View Post
    That turned out very nice and the size seems right for a quick trip out without carrying a lot of stuff. The rivets look good on the handles too I wish I could master the rivets.

    I forgot that I have this pattern and just found some fabric in my stash that would be good for this bag! Thanks for posting!
    Thank you Sharyn My first attempt at rivets was not hugely successful - I had purchased some on Etsy from China, and I didn't have a proper setting tool. I finally bought some Tandy Rivets and a setter, and it has made all the difference!

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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    Very nice bags. You are on a roll.

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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    That's a cute pattern!
    Katrina


    “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.”
    ― Maya Angelou

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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    That is really cute! It is very similar to a Blue Calla pattern I have made.

    Nice job!
    pat.

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    Default Re: Swoon Heidi Foldover bag

    Oh, I love that bag! What beautiful fabric. You did a fabulous job on it. Super nice
    A day patched with quilting Seldom unravels Sharon

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