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No clue on the zippers, but awesome idea and execution!


All I can say is WOW! I was impressed with the placemats but this is ... just ... WOW!!!! Your nieces are very lucky to have an auntie argyle *grins*


Holy crap! I *love* the cream colored one. You've got to market your stuff...


looks fantastic! what a great pressie that'll be!

dixie wells

I love these!


Wow - I love these bags. I wish I had some advice to give you about your corners, but I can barely sew a straight seam, so I'm not much help! I love the lining you choose for the cream bag - so cute!


Make your bag about 1" longer than your zipper, stop the zipper about 1/2" at each end, turn the bag(wrong side out) sew to the corner from the zipper ends, should work. Hopr this helps


Those are beautiful - I especially love the vinyl zipper pull detail!


Those bags are so totally cute! I adore them. You inspire me.


I can't help either, but I can admire!! I do love me some argyles, well done! Your neices will love them!


Soooo cute- you should definitely think of selling some.


Thanks, Caro, for your good wishes. The medical systems probably average out, but I'm pretty happy with ours right now.

Love your retro stuff - especailly the coasters and placemats. There was a prime rib restaurant in MSP I used to go to with my SIL - all done up in sparkly red vinyl.



I don't know the answer to your question but
HOLY MOLEY! I'm SO loving your bags!


I love argyle, and I love your bags! So cute!


This might be a little to basic, but there's a tutorial on making lined zipper pouches on craftster: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=22875.0

She says she sews the zipperstop to the lining to keep it tucked in. I'm guessing some severe ironing might do the trick, too.

Great bags, by the way! I never knew vinyl could look so good.


Omgaw! its so cute! Im working on my own stuff like brooches and stuff and this is the type of style i LURVVVE!! Dont worry i wont copy you I swear! lol.

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