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Posted on:10/23/10 2:19 AM
Last Updated:10/23/10 2:21 AM


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KensingtonCrab said...
What a handsome bag! Thanks for the tips with Timtex, inserting more pockets and strap width. (I, too, traveled this past weekend with a patent bag of the same size as yours--perfect carry on).
10/23/10 8:55 AM
jannw said...
Beautiful bag! Thanx for the info regarding the straps and the lining.
10/23/10 9:12 AM
Renren said...
Very, very nice. Thanks for all the tips.
10/23/10 10:19 AM
Jeannine1976 said...
Oh wow, what an amazing bag. :) I'm in love with the fabric and you did such a fantastic job!!!
10/23/10 11:58 AM
Mrs. Columbo said...
I have had this pattern for about 3 years and haven't mustered up the nerve to make it .. I just got it out to make up in a heavy tapestry fabric .. hope it turns out as well as yours! I love your choice of fabric and I too thought all the straps were a bit narrow and not enough pockets on the inside.
11/29/10 5:17 PM
 
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