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08/17/2011

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Delia

An absolutely wonderful tote tutorial! A great idea to save the finish on our FW babies. I love the piping detail and the fact that you also put the controller bag instructions on there too. Thanks so much!

I had just pulled out fabric to make bags for my controllers and some of the feet for the machines I have that don't have attachment boxes. I've been pondering different sizes. Your tutorial came out just at the right time. Now I plan to also make a tote to save the paint on my recently acquired tan FW baby. I don't have all the notions yet, but plan to start making one tonight.

If OK with you, I'll add or link your blog to my favorite blogs. I'm still new at this so if you want me to remove it, let me know.
Delia

CraftyHipster

Glad you liked the tutorial- the tote and foot controller bag are fun to make, and super handy.

Thank you for linking to my blog from yours- I truly appreciate it!

cpurl17

That totebag is so adorable and easy to make! I'll send you a photo I made out of retro Girl Scout fabric!

Christine Thresh

Your tutorial is excellent. The photos are so clear. Thank you.

Jennifer

Awesome tote. Love your choice of fabrics. Great instructions. Don't have such a cool sewing machine, but I will make a tote for other uses.

Beth

I just bought myself a 1964 Featherweight and this tutorial is going to be handy. Can't wait to make one for myself. Thanks for the great tutorial.

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