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How to Sew a Recycled Shopper Tote – Free Pattern

Feb 18, 2015
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To celebrate the release of When Bad Things Happen to Good Quilters (The Taunton Press, 2015), we are happy to offer this bonus Recycled Shopper Tote project as a free download.

Quilting expert Joan Ford’s new book, When Bad Things Happen to Good Quilters (The Taunton Press, 2015), is a survival guide to help you resolve your quilting problems and bring your project back to life. In addition, this must-have book includes four new projects.

To help you on your quilting journey and to celebrate the release of Joan’s book, we are happy to offer this bonus Recycled Shopper Tote project as a free download.

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  1. User avater RobberStokery August 24th

    Excellent + like it +

  2. KimsIdleHands June 9th

    I clicked on the link and the pattern dowload never showed up.

  3. User avater DorisNorris December 1st

    i really like this

  4. GeneHayon December 5th

    i like this bag

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