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Post by bvolma » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 06:18:52



A few months ago you posted a link to a bag with uneven handles. The long
handle spips throughg the short one, so the bag becomes a pouch. I made two
of them and now have a request for another one. The problem is that my
computer died a wee or so ago and I lost all my collected patterns.
I've searched through about 15 pages of links on google, but nothing rings a
bell., Could you please post that link again and this time I will keep a
paper pattern of anything I download. TIA.
Larchie.
 
 
 

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Post by J* » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 07:02:38


is this what you're looking for?
http://showyourworkings.wordpress.com/tutorials/japanese-knot-bag-ins...

hope that helps,
not Roberta in the south pacific,
j.

Quote:
"bvolman"  wrote...

A few months ago you posted a link to a bag with uneven handles. The long
handle spips throughg the short one, so the bag becomes a pouch. I made two
of them and now have a request for another one. The problem is that my
computer died a wee or so ago and I lost all my collected patterns.
I've searched through about 15 pages of links on google, but nothing rings a
bell., Could you please post that link again and this time I will keep a
paper pattern of anything I download. TIA.
Larchie.

 
 
 

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Post by Polly Esthe » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 08:59:46


Thank you, Jeanne.  I'd lost that one too and really wanted to give it a
try.  Polly


Quote:
> is this what you're looking for?
> http://showyourworkings.wordpress.com/tutorials/japanese-knot-bag-ins...

> hope that helps,
> not Roberta in the south pacific,
> j.

> "bvolman"  wrote...
> A few months ago you posted a link to a bag with uneven handles. The long
> handle spips throughg the short one, so the bag becomes a pouch. I made
> two
> of them and now have a request for another one. The problem is that my
> computer died a wee or so ago and I lost all my collected patterns.
> I've searched through about 15 pages of links on google, but nothing rings
> a
> bell., Could you please post that link again and this time I will keep a
> paper pattern of anything I download. TIA.
> Larchie.

 
 
 

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Post by KJ » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 10:14:24


There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round bottom on
it.
http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

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Quote:
> Thank you, Jeanne.  I'd lost that one too and really wanted to give it a
> try.  Polly



>> is this what you're looking for?
>> http://showyourworkings.wordpress.com/tutorials/japanese-knot-bag-ins...

>> hope that helps,
>> not Roberta in the south pacific,
>> j.

>> "bvolman"  wrote...
>> A few months ago you posted a link to a bag with uneven handles. The long
>> handle spips throughg the short one, so the bag becomes a pouch. I made
>> two
>> of them and now have a request for another one. The problem is that my
>> computer died a wee or so ago and I lost all my collected patterns.
>> I've searched through about 15 pages of links on google, but nothing
>> rings a
>> bell., Could you please post that link again and this time I will keep a
>> paper pattern of anything I download. TIA.
>> Larchie.

 
 
 

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Post by bvolma » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 11:57:35


Yes, this is the one! Thank you so much! I am going to print this right
away. Thanks again.
Larchie

Quote:
> There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round bottom
> on it.
> http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

> --
> Kathyl (KJ)
> remove "nospam" before mchsi
> http://community.webshots.com/user/kathylquiltz


>> Thank you, Jeanne.  I'd lost that one too and really wanted to give it a
>> try.  Polly



>>> is this what you're looking for?
>>> http://showyourworkings.wordpress.com/tutorials/japanese-knot-bag-ins...

>>> hope that helps,
>>> not Roberta in the south pacific,
>>> j.

>>> "bvolman"  wrote...
>>> A few months ago you posted a link to a bag with uneven handles. The
>>> long
>>> handle spips throughg the short one, so the bag becomes a pouch. I made
>>> two
>>> of them and now have a request for another one. The problem is that my
>>> computer died a wee or so ago and I lost all my collected patterns.
>>> I've searched through about 15 pages of links on google, but nothing
>>> rings a
>>> bell., Could you please post that link again and this time I will keep a
>>> paper pattern of anything I download. TIA.
>>> Larchie.

 
 
 

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Post by Polly Esthe » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 12:14:48


Larchie, I don't know what your sewing experience background is - but I
found the Knot bag instructions left out a lot and the manner of
construction was rather tedious.  So.  I looked at the BH&G pattern that
came later and don't see that it is much better.
    I'm certain that there is a faster and neater way.  I wish one of our
baggers was here to guide you.  Polly

am going to print this right

Quote:
> away. Thanks again.
> Larchie

>> There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round bottom
>> on it.
>> http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by KJ » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 12:37:39


Did you make the Go bag Polly?  The only problem I had with it was at the
"corners" where the front and back separate to form the handle.  You have to
do a little fussy sewing there to get it right....but if I can do it anyone
can!

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Quote:
> Larchie, I don't know what your sewing experience background is - but I
> found the Knot bag instructions left out a lot and the manner of
> construction was rather tedious.  So.  I looked at the BH&G pattern that
> came later and don't see that it is much better.
>    I'm certain that there is a faster and neater way.  I wish one of our
> baggers was here to guide you.  Polly


> am going to print this right
>> away. Thanks again.
>> Larchie

>>> There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round
>>> bottom on it.
>>> http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by Polly Esthe » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 13:09:57


Well, you see, Kathyl, that Knot bag is really not much more that a
sleeveless dress with one shoulder considerably higher than the other (with
a circular bottom of course).  I think if I were going to produce a few for
gifts I would just have to change the construction plan.  That fiddling with
blindstitching at the tops of the handles is just not the easiest way.
    I'm betting there's a way to do the bag and turn through an opening left
at one of the side seams. Polly


Quote:
> Did you make the Go bag Polly?  The only problem I had with it was at the
> "corners" where the front and back separate to form the handle.  You have
> to do a little fussy sewing there to get it right....but if I can do it
> anyone can!

> --
> Kathyl (KJ)
> remove "nospam" before mchsi
> http://community.webshots.com/user/kathylquiltz


>> Larchie, I don't know what your sewing experience background is - but I
>> found the Knot bag instructions left out a lot and the manner of
>> construction was rather tedious.  So.  I looked at the BH&G pattern that
>> came later and don't see that it is much better.
>>    I'm certain that there is a faster and neater way.  I wish one of our
>> baggers was here to guide you.  Polly


>> I am going to print this right
>>> away. Thanks again.
>>> Larchie

>>>> There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round
>>>> bottom on it.
>>>> http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by Robert » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 20:40:00


That's the link I had -good for you KJ!
Roberta in D
Quote:

>There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round bottom on
>it.
>http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by KJ » Sun, 09 Aug 2009 23:06:25


I made one.  Had plans to make more and drew the pattern a little
bigger......but it hasn't happened yet.

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> That's the link I had -good for you KJ!
> Roberta in D


>>There is one similar on the BHG site, only it doesn't have a round bottom
>>on
>>it.
>>http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/quarterlychallenge/APQ_QtrlyChal3.pdf

 
 
 

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Post by Pati, in Ph » Mon, 10 Aug 2009 08:27:18


I agree with you Polly. Will work on it soon. I hope.

Somebody please remind me.... the heat is really getting to me. <G>

Pati, in Phx


Quote:
> Well, you see, Kathyl, that Knot bag is really not much more that a
> sleeveless dress with one shoulder considerably higher than the other (with
> a circular bottom of course). ?I think if I were going to produce a few for
> gifts I would just have to change the construction plan. ?That fiddling with
> blindstitching at the tops of the handles is just not the easiest way.
> ? ? I'm betting there's a way to do the bag and turn through an opening left
> at one of the side seams. Polly



> > Did you make the Go bag Polly? ?The only problem I had with it was at the
> > "corners" where the front and back separate to form the handle. ?You have
> > to do a little fussy sewing there to get it right....but if I can do it
> > anyone can!

> > --
> > Kathyl (KJ)
> > remove "nospam" before mchsi
> >http://community.webshots.com/user/kathylquiltz


> >> Larchie, I don't know what your sewing experience background is - but I
> >> found the Knot bag instructions left out a lot and the manner of
> >> construction was rather tedious. ?So. ?I looked at the BH&G pattern that
> >> came later and don't see that it is much better.
> >> ? ?I'm certain that there is a faster and neater way. ?I wish one of our
> >> baggers was here to guide you. ?Polly