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Cupcake Purse Pattern!

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That turned out wonderful!! What color yarn did you use on the base? It looks edible!

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thank you, the color is Red Heart Carrot.I enjoyed making it as much as my daughter enjoys carrying it around. Thanks again

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I am currently making another one for my oldest daughter and I have one question. The strap part , when you tie it together, is the knot on the inside or ouside of the purse. I asked because the first purse I made I think I did the straps wrong when it came to weaving them in and knotting them. Thanks in advance for your help.

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This is such a great pattern, thank you so much for posting it free! I'll try to remember to post a photo when I make one.

Gabrielle

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Here's my cupcake purse with the top done with fun fur & sport yarn. I did't put the ruffle around it, cause I didn't think it needed it. What do all of you think - to ruffle or not to ruffle? Thanks, Dee

 

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Thanks Tapanga for the great pattern! (I forgot to say that in my last post!) My granddaughter loves it!

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This is so easy to make, thanks for sharing. I started one yesturday and finished also. Thanks again

Diane

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I thought I would post and let you know that people are still using and appreciating your pattern. I'm going to make one for my granddaughter. It's so cute. Thankyou for this pattern.

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Oh my goodness, I made several of these for Christmas this year! How nice of you to share it, it is going to be a big hit.

Wyobugmama

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I am so very happy to hear that people like this pattern!! I still love seeing how different everyone's looks! Keep them coming!!

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Thank you for sharing your pattern. I made this up for my granddaughter in nutmeg Caron on the bottom and Sea Coral (pretty pastel peachy color) on the top. I added scalloped (cluster) edge on the top and brown pony beads to make it look like sprinkles. I found that a plastic canvas circle fits the bottom perfectly and can be sewn into the back loops. This gives it some stability and helps it hold the shape. A cloth covered cardboard could be added as well as long as it was removed before washing. It would be possible to even create the sides in either cardboard or plastic canvas sewn to the bottom circle. Both types of materials could be made as a removable insert but helpful for holding the purse to a nice shape.

 

I will put up a picture as soon as I figure out how to do it. It looks like you need it uploaded to a URL and I only have it on my computer right now.

 

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Thank you for sharing your pattern. I made this up for my granddaughter in nutmeg Caron on the bottom and Sea Coral (pretty pastel peachy color) on the top. I added scalloped (cluster) edge on the top and brown pony beads to make it look like sprinkles. I found that a plastic canvas circle fits the bottom perfectly and can be sewn into the back loops. This gives it some stability and helps it hold the shape. A cloth covered cardboard could be added as well as long as it was removed before washing. It would be possible to even create the sides in either cardboard or plastic canvas sewn to the bottom circle. Both types of materials could be made as a removable insert but helpful for holding the purse to a nice shape.

 

I will put up a picture as soon as I figure out how to do it. It looks like you need it uploaded to a URL and I only have it on my computer right now.

 

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Wow, looks great. I often use plastic canvas to strengthen the sides and bottom for stability.

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this looks good enough to eat :), a know a special young lady who would love it, hugs susan

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Oh, cool! I'd quite forgotten ... I had seen some pics of these cupcake purses awhile back and thought they'd be great for my girls, but then forgot all about them until now. How wonderful to find them again, and a pattern to boot! Thanks!!

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Thanks everyone! I am so pleased that there has been so much interest in my first written pattern. And I love all the pictures!

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