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Posted on:1/6/07 9:22 PM


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Kalena said...
That is beautiful fabric! I love it as a purse. Would it be possible to add some coordinating trim over the seams to hide the fraying and also reinforce them? Who knows, it could end up making a great looking bag even nicer!
1/6/07 9:34 PM
KarmenG said...
Many purses are made using Timtex. I haven't used it yet but Amy Butler recommends it for her purses.
1/6/07 10:06 PM
Puddin Pop said...
Too bad you had trouble with it. It is very pretty.
1/6/07 10:15 PM
AnitaJ said...
Nice bag! Love your choice of fabric!
1/7/07 7:26 AM
Rustybobn said...
I am unfamiliar with the interfacing that you used, but a hefty interfacing combined with a hefty fabric usually turns into a wrestling match for me, too. I like something called Decor-bond (Deco-bond??) from JoAnn's, but not on a really heavy fabric. Once with burlap I used Peltex (like Timtex), and it was a wrestling match. The bag turned out great once I beat the Peltex into submission.
1/7/07 11:54 AM
 
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