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Judy T-Bellingham Posted: Sat, Aug 17 2013 11:46 PM

I was in the quilt shop yesterday and saw this pattern. I wouldn't have picked it up but they had made a sample and I really liked it. The pattern name is Multi Tasker Tote by Anna Maria. Horner.

Four outside pockets and one inside.  Oh geez, I have got to clean my design wall.

 


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Very nice, Judy!  Your fabrics are so pretty. I thought your design wall was a marbled background of some sort.

 

 

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eparys replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 8:27 AM

What an adorable purse! I really like it.

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Patti replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 8:33 AM

Nice tote.  and that is a well used design wall.  What does the floor look like?  I finally vacuumed my floor. It was looking like your design wall.

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gini replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 10:25 AM

Cute tote.   I use one of those sticky roller things to clean my design wall.

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MNnancy replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:06 AM

Cute bag, Judy!  I would use that as a purse.

My cutting table sits in front of my design wall, and I had to roll it out the other day and gasped at the mess on the floor left from both surfaces.  My excuse is that space in my sewing room is so tight, I can barely move things around to clean.  Sounds legitimate, don't you think?


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Nana replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:18 AM

Judy

Really pretty tote.  Love the fabrics.

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Mimi replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:20 AM

MNnancy:
 Sounds legitimate, don't you think?

Absolutely!  I asked DH to bring down the vacuum cleaner yesterday.  Said I had to clean up a little.  He looked at the floor covered in fabric crumbs, threads and just overall mess and he said, "Why?"  Oh, he's a keeper.

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Mimi replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:21 AM

Sorry forgot to add I love the bag!!

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Roxana replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:23 AM

MNnancy:

Cute bag, Judy!  I would use that as a purse.

My cutting table sits in front of my design wall, and I had to roll it out the other day and gasped at the mess on the floor left from both surfaces.  My excuse is that space in my sewing room is so tight, I can barely move things around to clean.  Sounds legitimate, don't you think?

Excellent excuse, Nancy. I share your problem but I don't have a design wall in my sewing room. I have one of those portable ones to put together. .... DH has agreed that I need a larger sewing space so we are in the process of converting one of our guest rooms into a sewing room. I'm excited though it will take some time to get it all together. We have to change the flooring in there first.

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MNnancy replied on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:28 AM

Roxana:
DH has agreed that I need a larger sewing space so we are in the process of converting one of our guest rooms into a sewing room.

Can I borrow your understanding husband, Roxana?  I would love to have the space that DH has for his woodshop.  Our guest room has already been converted into a storage room, and it is full to overflowing so there's no hope of expanding into that.  My current sewing room would have been a bedroom in the original house plans, but I knew I'd need a sewing space when we built.  I've also taken over the long narrow four-season porch for my mid-arm.  Still, both my rooms combined are only half of DH's woodshop.


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gini:

Cute tote.   I use one of those sticky roller things to clean my design wall.

 

I know, I have those rollers (with 3 pets in the house!.) Every time I think about it, I get distracted and put it off. Guess what, it's been put off so long it may never get done. But, I have another design wall rolled up in the back closet that I haven't used yet as it's too big for my wall. That's the one I'll bring to the Oregon retreat.


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MNnancy:
My excuse is that space in my sewing room is so tight, I can barely move things around to clean.  Sounds legitimate, don't you think?

 

It's very legitimate! Love the reason. I'm tight also (8x12) and share with my computer and client records.


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Patti:

Nice tote.  and that is a well used design wall.  What does the floor look like? ...

 

Patti, think Leavenworth 2011.  LOL

 


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MNnancy:
I would use that as a purse.

 

It's really large Nancy. I'll be using it for shopping, especially Shop Hops.

 


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