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Posted on:4/21/07 3:48 PM
Last Updated:11/9/07 8:40 PM

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RuthieSews said...
That's a cute little bag, I fancy sewing one myself!
11/10/07 11:08 AM
Tez said...
Really great purse. I like the way you edged the pieces in bias.
11/10/07 10:17 AM
Sewingmi said...
That's a really nice purse! I love the wide strap and the colorful lining.
4/23/07 7:15 PM
wsu 1 fan said...
Very nice looking purse Muffet!
4/22/07 9:50 PM
Mufffet said...
Thanks for the nice comments, it is a fun bag to make! I couldn't believe no one here on PR had found that pattern as far as I knew. I did search the message boards and the reviews. And, Suzanrossi, yes, there are areas with some trouble with flooding. The river valleys, the mountain streams and now the lake is about at flood stage, so the shore will need watching. I don't live in an area with flood danger myself - up a 200 foot ridge is where our area is.
4/22/07 11:45 AM
Rustybobn said...
Good work! That's a very nice summer bag.
4/22/07 6:49 AM
LorelleD said...
I love how you used what you had to make this bag.
4/22/07 6:27 AM
Sanibelle said...
Thanks so much for the link to this pattern and to such a nice blog. Enjoy using your very pretty new bag!
4/22/07 5:23 AM
suzanrossi said...
This is a lovely bag and I want to try one, too. The wide strap will feel nice on the shoulder. Thank you, Muffet, for the web tip. (is is still flooding in your part of the world?)
4/21/07 9:03 PM
LisaAnn said...
I like your choice of fabric. Often bags have printed fabrics for the outside and plain linings, but I love how you switched it around!
4/21/07 8:43 PM
Jennifer shaw said...
muffet, Your handbag is so perfect and inspirational! Thanks for the great information on how to make the perfect bag!
4/21/07 5:39 PM
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