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  • Mother's day Bag

    Hi,

    I made this for my Mum for Mothers day. It was quite simple and mainly consisted of a 'charm pack' i am thinking about doing a pattern for this what do you think?

    Lisa x
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    It's a really nice bag. I'm in awe of anyone who can sew (by hand or machine!). I can only manage a button and a small cross stitch...
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    • #3
      Really nice bag like Indri I even have problems with buttons and girl guide badges. Thank god for wonda web though!!

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      • #4
        Nice bag!! Like the colours!!
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        • #5
          Very nice - I like the patchwork effect and the colours. It looks like it's a 'slouchy' bag too - in a good sense!!
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          • #6
            Nice Bag!

            Looks very spacious too...I carry a lot in my bag, so a good sized one is important.

            What about a shoulder strap?

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            • #7
              Thanks everyone! Yes it is quite slouchy - the handles are just long enough to get it on the shoulder and comfortably tuck under the arm but longer straps would be good for a shopper. I'm just designing at the moment so i am sure more will come!

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