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Topic: REALLY need HELP - Jordy + zip top lined bag tutes = making it work with straps  (Read 713 times)
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« on: July 03, 2005 03:20:15 AM »

Okay, I have a project that I need to get done super quick.

I have the zipper topped lined bags down pat, I use the "Jordy" as the base of my lined bags and add the zipper with the "Lined zipper bags" tute.  However, with the bags I have been making there is no strap like in the Jody, the strap is attached at the side with a grommet.

The bag I need to make needs the single strap like on the Jordy OR it can have a strap that reaches from one side to the other - maybe just off the corner on the right of one side and the left of the other.

If I do the zipper with the Jordy strap will it make the strap curl in where the zipper attaches on the end?

Would it just be better to attach the straps between the lining and the outer on opposite sides?

This bag will maybe sometimes be carried on the shoulder, but probably around the neck and more on the hip.

I hope I have made since here, 'cause I REALLY NEED YOUR WISE WORDS OF WISDOM! Kiss

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