by embquilt 17 Oct 2015

I monogrammed a purchased lunch bag for my husband

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by decojo 18 Oct 2015

Terrific job!

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by embquilt 18 Oct 2015

I first tried monograming it directly on the bag but it didn't work as the Velcro was too thick. I wanted it to be a surprise but I had him help with using a hot knife to seal the satin edges. I watched a video from Colman and company. It was easy but I'm a visual learner and it helps having him do it first. I then used liquid stitch to attach the patch. I think I will be adding some of these to my to do list for christmas

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by justsew 18 Oct 2015

Lovely he wont loose that.
Hugs Pam

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by pennifold 18 Oct 2015

Beautifully sewn out, well done, love Chris

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by crafter2243 Moderator 17 Oct 2015

Good job. I am sure he will love it.

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by mhiemstra 17 Oct 2015

Awesome. Love getting bargain blanks and making them look boutique or personalized. Looks great. Good job.

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by tlp22 17 Oct 2015

Nice job!

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by dragonflyer 17 Oct 2015

Well done!

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by highlandermom 17 Oct 2015

Well done monogram.

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by cfidl 17 Oct 2015

No one should take mistake his lunch for their own. Lol Excellent!

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embquilt by embquilt 18 Oct 2015

No one would want his lunch. He just had gastric bypass surgery and lost 100 pounds in 4 months. He is 10 pounds away from his goal weight.

He eats three meals a day - each total only 4 oz.

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by NancyBT10 17 Oct 2015

Great job! I bet that your husband was very happy!

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by designgirl 17 Oct 2015

Love it. Welcome to Cute.

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by jeanfoz 17 Oct 2015

Very nice, Jean xx

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by babash 17 Oct 2015

Looks great he will love it.

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by babash 17 Oct 2015

Looks great he will love it.

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by noah 17 Oct 2015

Wow you will have a happy hubby :):)hugs

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by asterixsew Moderator 17 Oct 2015

Lovely work

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