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Re: Felted bubble bag patterns
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: December 03, 2008 12:57PM

I just checked the top 10 sites in Google. Although there were hits, whatever sites had patterns no longer have them. You could check deeper into the Google hits or try the Wayback machine (google it) with an old URL to see if you could retrieve a free pattern.

It appears to be a bag that increases slightly and then decreases back in a little so it seems like a pattern you could re-create if you understand a little about shaping.

Subject Written By Posted
  Felted bubble bag patterns CHALI 11/30/2008 03:27PM
  Re: Felted bubble bag patterns CHALI 12/03/2008 12:32AM
  Re: Felted bubble bag patterns KT 12/03/2008 12:57PM
  Re: Felted bubble bag patterns CHALI 12/03/2008 01:47PM
  Re: Felted bubble bag patterns honeybunny314 12/31/2008 03:29PM

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