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« on: March 05, 2007 01:27:11 AM »

Ok yesterday i bought a pattern for a duffle bag. everyone has these name brand duffle bags *country road* and i really want ne but cant be stuffed spending $60 and i'd rather be satiffied wit my own material (like polka dots)
So my question is, can i put records on the round ends? and what kinda of material is strong enough to hold school books and stuff like that.

If you can answer any of that i'll love you forever and you will help me alot!
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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2007 02:48:53 PM »

I don't know about records... wouldn't they break?  Could you use that plastic sheet stuff that has square "holes" in it?  I think they use it for some kind of needle/thread art craft thing...  That's what I've used for the bottom of purses - it holds the shape but is flexible.  I also think that when I was in school and carried those types of bags the support was more of a wire in the piping than in the actual ends...
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