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Pattern Reviews> Other> A301 (Hope Yoder's Girly Girl Purse)

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Posted on:8/6/09 2:58 AM
Last Updated:8/6/09 3:30 AM

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AnneM said... (9/7/09 10:14 AM) Reply
Now how good is that - a 'girly girl' bag made with men's ties. Your quilting on the burgundy fabric is very nice also.
Oceanpeg said... (8/10/09 6:24 AM) Reply
Great idea.
sewhappygrams said... (8/9/09 8:30 AM) Reply
I have made a purse from this pattern as well and love it. I am loving your idea with the ties. Beautiful purse and thanks for sharing.
waltzqueen said... (8/7/09 2:06 PM) Reply
What fun this must have been to do! Silk ties are the greatest, aren't they? Lovely bag!
Rhonda Noah said... (8/6/09 8:24 PM) Reply
What a great idea, and a fantastic use of cast off ties.
j222b said... (8/6/09 5:42 PM) Reply
I would slip it over a door knob or hang it on the wall and admire it and cherish it forever.
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