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« on: May 30, 2006 04:48:27 PM »

Hey Crafsters!
I'm attempting to sew a purse from a pattern but I've come to a point of confusion. I'm pretty new to sewing and the only other person who I know who sews is my mom and she has learned the old school way of never using a pattern. Anywho, my predicament is that the pattern I'm using calls for mount fabric for the base of the purse. I've tried googling it and all I can come up with is sites about window treatments. I am mighty confused and I hope I can get some insight from you lovely ladies about what I should use. The purse is slouchy but not too slouchy if that helps at all  Huh

Thanks in advance


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