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Gothic Rose Bag

Added Aug 10, 2007

by sunnyb64

Bear, Delaware, ...

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Description

Named for the Amy Butler fabric I made it from. I adapted the pattern to make it larger (and had to reconfigure the entire interior as a result.) The outside fabric was also quilted by me, though you can’t see it in the picture.

Material Notes

cotton, polyester batting

Difficulty

Novice

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    Feb 6, 2008, 05.08 PMby nclose

    so cute! i love how you did the pockets on the inside

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    Sep 22, 2007, 04.54 PMby bertleturtle

    Ah-dorable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Aug 10, 2007, 09.46 PMby sunnyb64

    I lined the edge up with the inner edge of my presser foot (the hole for the needle) and just took it slow.

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    Aug 10, 2007, 07.24 AMby elainemay

    Ohh, that’s adorable. And you did an amazing job with the topstitching on the handles- so close to the edge, and yet so straight! What’s your secret?

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