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(hristinac Posted - 04/21/2006 : 06:12:27 AM
This bag is gorgeous !!!
Not free but O M G who cares .

Scroll down to see in in loadsa colour combinations !

Free pattern maniac

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craftybernie Posted - 05/17/2006 : 4:38:10 PM
I love love love the shape of this bag, and the handles, and the nobbly bits, and everything really. I've ordered mine! Just bought a huge gynormous bag of wool from the local charity shop for a bargain of 3 so I shall get busy as soon as pattern arrives.

Lovely Jubbly!

Best wishes.....Bernie

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pieheart Posted - 04/22/2006 : 5:19:25 PM
I've had the pattern for a few months, still haven't made it, but it is definitely on my to-do list. It's too fussy for me, but I was thinking it would make a wonderful dress-up bag for my two nieces (ages 5 and 3). I could go wild with beads and buttons, I really think it would be a lot of fun!


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Momo Posted - 04/22/2006 : 4:00:16 PM
I did buy it and I have to say it's a nice pattern. I mean you gotta love a project with less than onehundred rows.

Glad I am not alone there, Kristi! Sometimes I feel that my dislike of beading puts me in the "out" crowd. Although I did have the thought that going all industrial with the pattern might be cool. Could you imagine washers or nuts instead of beads? I really need to take a trip to a hardware store.
knottyknitter Posted - 04/22/2006 : 08:00:15 AM
I'm with you on that - I love the concept but not all those knobby bobbles. I think it would look awesome with flowers instead though - what a great idea!

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Momo Posted - 04/22/2006 : 07:30:06 AM
It's a very nice pattern. I don't like beads and buttons, but I like the structure of it quite well. Felted flowers might look nice instead. hmmmm...should I order it?



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(hristinac Posted - 04/21/2006 : 3:46:39 PM
Hi Jeanine nice to see you again

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Jeanine Posted - 04/21/2006 : 10:15:18 AM
It's dropdead gorgeous. I ordered the pattern for the Panes bag as well.

Thanks for the post!

(born in Beckenham)
WendyB Posted - 04/21/2006 : 09:56:50 AM
Yes. So do I.
Rho Posted - 04/21/2006 : 08:49:32 AM
That is fun - I love the blue (heck to be truthful I love anything blue) but for some reason that one in Joshua Tree (with the cans in it still drying) has to be my favorite. I might play with the idea of no buttons though---

Do I need one more pattern????


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