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Reviewed by:Mary Nanna
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Posted on:9/17/10 11:44 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Wilzmom said... (10/31/10 12:33 PM) Reply
Your bag is beautiful!! Thank you so much for the review. Your tips for making the project successful are really great!
Mary Nanna said... (9/22/10 9:02 PM) Reply
Thanks everyone! Leslie, the bag interfacing is from Smart Dress fabrics - I used the fusible version. JD penelope - yes the handles were a pain to do - easy to sew, but pushing the tubing through took a look of patience!
Leslie in NZ said... (9/19/10 9:05 PM) Reply
Very well done!! Where did you get the bag interfacing?
Jali said... (9/19/10 1:24 AM) Reply
I say it looks professional too. And I would buy this if I saw this in a store as well. Beautiful work!
MissCelie said... (9/18/10 11:15 AM) Reply
Thank you for this review! I've had this pattern for aeons and have not tackled it yet. Yours looks magnificent!
Lili123 said... (9/18/10 10:41 AM) Reply
super nice bag!!!
marec said... (9/18/10 10:33 AM) Reply
Sharp looking bag! Your skills and workmanship really show off with this project. I love the tartan plaid and the leather.
RadarRadiance said... (9/18/10 10:24 AM) Reply
A beautiful bag, it looks so professional! Just an amazing job, thanks for sharing your review.
Diane333 said... (9/18/10 7:43 AM) Reply
***Very attractive bag...you certainly know how to incorporate various techniques in order to make one lovely bag.
Jane in MS said... (9/18/10 7:28 AM) Reply
So professional looking, I'd love to see some shots of the interior. Good tip about glueing the leather before stitching. Very nice project!
MNBarb said... (9/18/10 7:17 AM) Reply
Your skills really shine with this bag. It's obvious that you worked very hard to achieve wonderful results. You have such good color and coordination sense. Such a nice bag!
arianamaniacs said... (9/18/10 4:36 AM) Reply
wonderful purse, looks very RTW. nice job!
Sharonspils said... (9/18/10 3:30 AM) Reply
Great bag and very professional looking. Also no offence taken with Kangaroo Leather, I'm glad they are of some use :)
michalklimer said... (9/18/10 2:03 AM) Reply
it is so pretty!
ClaireEmily said... (9/18/10 2:00 AM) Reply
Wow!!! Amazing bag. The tartan is very funky. Personally I feel that kangaroo meat and leather is far more sustainable to farm than beef and cow leather and better suited to the Australian environment. So wear your kangaroo with pride =)
ColorMeHome said... (9/18/10 1:06 AM) Reply
Very beautiful and professional looking! I love it!
JDpenelope said... (9/18/10 1:02 AM) Reply
What a great bag and your rendering is so professional. Like your friends, I don't sew kangeroo or any other kind of leather, but your work is very precise -- No one would ever guess you made this. The handles are great -- Were they difficult to do? Wow! Those other bags in the pattern are huge, but I guess that's the trend right now.
paulakiss said... (9/18/10 0:34 AM) Reply
Love love your purse! When I first saw the pic I thought wow that looks professional! If I saw that in the store, I would definitely buy it! I'll have to give this pattern a try! Thanks for the helpful, detailed review. Enjoy your new bag!
sewsunny37 said... (9/18/10 0:32 AM) Reply
Your hard work and diligence paid off--this is a professional-looking, sharp bag!
 
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