Step 2: Cutting the Scraps

To make the purse shown, you will need to cut 34 lining squares, and 34 front squares. I pinned the paper square to my fabric and cut around 4 squares at a time. Feel free to cut as many as you are comfortable with at once.
I love this, I know how to make the bed quit but never thought to make a bag..thanks for sharing..
Great purse!
This is very pretty, I love the colors, and the name on the handle is awesome!!
Fantastic. I like the way you frayed the edges; it gives it its own special look
Nice bag...you have talent ;)<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.mdistyledesign.blogspot.com">http://www.mdistyledesign.blogspot.com</a><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.danelugdz.blogspot.com">http://www.danelugdz.blogspot.com</a><br/>
A little more time than I want to spend but cute! Maybe I will make a smaller one for everyday use...
Oh that's pretty! Thanks so much for sharing, I'll be linking to this.
Nice tote, I love the free form stitching on the strap!

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