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Topic: Tutorial: The Sha Sha Dream Bag ~sew cute~  (Read 163815 times)
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« Reply #160 on: January 26, 2008 07:45:13 AM »

Hello Brigitta
I just pm'd you, but I'm not sure if it worked...this is my first day here...heh heh..
I asked in my pm if you could email me the tutorial.  Thanks for being so generous with your knowledge...this is the cutest little bag ever!

Awesome pics from everyone...really makes a difference seeing so many versions of the same pattern.

« Reply #161 on: January 27, 2008 11:11:04 AM »

If anyone still has the pattern for this little bag and can emai it to me, please send me a PM to let me know.

This is a reminder that if you want to make something, print it out while the pictures are still there.   Wink Cry

« Reply #162 on: June 04, 2008 10:08:28 AM »

Can someone tell me why the pictures are gone?
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« Reply #163 on: June 04, 2008 10:11:13 AM »

Can someone tell me why the pictures are gone?

Looked like there was a little bug in the code.  I just fixed all of them. Smiley

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« Reply #164 on: August 30, 2008 08:00:00 AM »

Yeah! Found it again. I used this pattern a couple of years ago for xmas bags, and have now come back for round two!

Thanks so much for posting this for us all to use!

« Reply #165 on: August 11, 2009 07:40:56 PM »

Does anyone know what would happen to the shape of this bag if you made the sides straight instead of angled? I know it would make the top wider, but I'm considering making the whole bag bigger with a band around the top and a couple of pleats below the band. I'm thinking the top would need to start out wider so that when I pleat it, it doesn't get too small at the top. I hope that make sense.
Any idea if this would work?
« Reply #166 on: November 16, 2009 04:46:14 AM »

Thanks for the great tutorial!  I finished my first one, it was the first purse/bag I've ever made, I'm quite impressed with myself.  Cheesy

I had a few questions:

1) What do you use to stabilize the bottom of the bag?  I tried the side of a cereal box wrapped in duct tape, that didn't seem to be enough.   Undecided

2) What type of interfacing did you use?

3) Do you apply the interfacing to the outside fabric only?  Or the outside and lining both?

I like my little bag, but it's lacking structure and I'd really like to find a way to make my next one more sturdy, and since I really have no idea what I'm doing I'm hoping someone can help me!  Thanks!  Grin

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« Reply #167 on: January 06, 2010 05:42:39 PM »

  Id prefer a sugar daddy supported bottom so I could be crafting all the time, but we all have to make due with what were given. 
First off...  at the above quote.. still!

But more importantly, thank you for the incredible tutorial, and thank you for hosting your pictures for it here at Craftster!  Sooo often, I find a post that sounds really great, or worse, a tutorial, and all the pictures are gone.  I can't wait to try this!  Thank you again!

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« Reply #168 on: April 08, 2010 11:55:49 AM »

- Using medium to heavy weight iron on interfacing on just the outter fabric should give you enough support.

- Another great way to support the bottom of this purse is by using needlepoint plastic canvas.  It's sturdy and washable!

I love to see that so many people are still referring to this tutorial.  I am still using it myself!  
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« Reply #169 on: June 14, 2012 07:27:26 AM »

Hi Simply lovely tutorial Thanks ladies for sharing

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