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1  A Grocery Bag and Tote in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by jubileebud on: December 19, 2007 02:32:13 PM
Here's a grocery bag I made using this tutorial: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=177482.0

The letters I painted on....the leaves are felt which I hand embroidered on...

This tote I made for my bestie...I added some clear plastic-ish material I found for .63 cents (yay for remnants) so the bottom won't get dirty...I also hand painted the stripes...

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2  Re: Bottomless in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by jubileebud on: October 30, 2007 05:17:01 PM
eloborate SLIGHTLY more on what you mean

you want a rectangular bag that has a bottom that is removable? (i got this from your title : bottomless)

or just made of a seperate piece of material?

or what?

for it to be ONLY 2 seperate pieces of fabric, it would be the *triangle* method

and i dont get what you mean by: "the one you cut out a square and sew"

i just want to make sure i know what you are looking for, so i can help you make the bag you want...

Sorry, wrote in a hurry so I didn't check my mistakes. I don't want a removable bottom, just a squared bottom tote. The bag's bottom is seperate piece of fabric instead of being the type in this tutorial: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=204022.0  where squares were cut out of the corners and then joined. The bag's body is one large piece of fabric that has been sewed to a square piece (the bottom), I just want to know how to do this since i have problems with corners.

Heres a better picture of the bag.

(image form modcloth.com)

So that's what I meant by cut a square and sew, as in the bottom is a square piece of fabric that has been sewed to a large rectangular piece of fabric, thanks.

Here's an image I made to better explain:

THANK YOU NANCY! Nevermind, Nancy has found the solution to my problems! Thanks!
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3  Bottomless in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by jubileebud on: October 29, 2007 10:57:41 PM
I want to create a bag with a bottom like this:
(*image from modcloth.com).

 These are two pieces of fabric sewn to create a box. Does anyone know how to do this?

P.S.: Not the one where you sew the corner like a triangle to create a box, or the one you cut out a square and sew. This one is two separate pieces of fabric.

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4  The Candy Scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by jubileebud on: August 25, 2006 11:03:21 PM
This is my first ever knitted project...I cam up with the pattern and everything....it's made entirely in garter stitch and I made the pattern to help me learn some basics like increasing, switching to new colors, and decreasing. Can't forget the pom-poms!  Grin  Ohh...almost forgot...I haven't weaved in the ends yet because I need to buy a tapestry needle. Can't wait to wear it this fall...it was supposed to be a spring scarf (one of the long extra skinny types), but it came out a little to wide and short! hehe...thanks for looking!  Wink

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5  Junk from a computer obsessed girl.... in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by jubileebud on: August 25, 2006 10:35:23 PM
Ohh...I hope I posted in the right place....just wanted to show off my computer graphics....they arent the best in the world.... It's Japanese
based art (like anime and manga) some are oekakis and the others are cgs. There's also a pixel....hehe

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6  Bubblicious Bloom in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by jubileebud on: August 25, 2006 10:26:31 PM
Okay...this has got to be the weirdest contraption out there but I love it! It's was sooooo easy to make and fits perfectly with my new room! *swoons*

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7  Re: I made a stencil of my face! in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by jubileebud on: July 30, 2005 04:55:59 PM
Here are the pics as promised...I know these are not too good looking, but I was just playing around. Next time I'll do something nice with my face Tongue and hair!  Grin

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8  Re:tie purse in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by jubileebud on: May 28, 2005 05:01:30 PM
Here's a tie-purse I made:

I cut the ties into 14 inch sections (up from the bottom) and then stitched them all together by overlapping them and running a seam through the overlapping parts. I left two ties whole and used the lengths to become the strap. Then I handstitched a lining in for the actual purse part.  

Tie dress...Tie skirts...Tie hats...Tie shirts...now tie purses! Whoever thought that ties could be so versatile?!!
I love your purse. I want to make one exactly like it with matching ties (just like yours Wink love the blue flowers one), but the lining is givng me a hard time. I'm confused Huh what did you do about the bottom?
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9  Re: Yet another Pin-Up Girl, but I'm proud of it anyway. in Needlework: Completed Projects by jubileebud on: May 27, 2005 11:30:27 PM

did this look like lipstick to you. i wonder if i could change what is in her hand....... maybe to some flowers or somthing.

Hahah! I have the same problem!! The lipstick is too big and...well... it just looks weird. I still want it to be a lipstick so I'm gonna try to make it smaller. I don't want to give the wrong message if you know what I mean. lol
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10  Re: Funky Hair in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by jubileebud on: May 07, 2005 09:43:26 PM
This is how my hair looks when I blow dry it and don't wash it for like 5-6 days. (I only wash my hair two to one times a week because then my scalp gets dry and itchy and my hair gets even FRIZZIER.)


OH this is how my hair looks when I let it dry naturally except a little softer and looser.
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