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Posted on:2/6/08 6:44 PM
Last Updated:2/6/08 10:56 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Shainalynn said... (1/7/09 1:46 PM) Reply
This review was very helpful. I will definitely make this bag.
CynthiaSue said... (2/7/08 11:29 PM) Reply
How darling! This style is actually quite chic and works right now! Good styling Nancy! I want to make it in fake leather!
CynthiaSue said... (2/7/08 11:29 PM) Reply
How darling! This style is actually quite chic and works right now! Good styling Nancy! I want to make it in fake leather!
TanyaMT said... (2/7/08 9:23 PM) Reply
Leslie Bonner said... (2/7/08 12:46 PM) Reply
Nice shape, pockets were a great addition.
LindsayT said... (2/7/08 10:05 AM) Reply
Really wonderful. Would cost a pretty penny in the stores.
ryan's mom said... (2/7/08 6:38 AM) Reply
Terrific bag!
Sigrid. said... (2/7/08 1:54 AM) Reply
Lovely bag, your fabrics are so wonderful. Great to have this done already for the contest, for me this is the most difficult part. Thanks for the detailed pictures of the zipper application.
Enid E said... (2/6/08 10:34 PM) Reply
Great handbag! I have found that a bag with a shorter depth and a longer length, is much easier to carry and is easier to see the contents AND... the more pockets the better!
Amy J said... (2/6/08 8:40 PM) Reply
oh this is darling! may I rent this from you?!
Sherril Miller said... (2/6/08 8:29 PM) Reply
Wow you're quick. I love your bag, the colors are great.
CharityAK said... (2/6/08 8:25 PM) Reply
This is great! Fabulous fabric. I appreciate the tip on putting in a zippered pocket. I usually add the patch pockets, but would much prefer a zippered one.
Nancywin said... (2/6/08 8:22 PM) Reply
I just bought the fabric yesterday at my local Beverly's store. I can't remember who the maker is.
Lori V said... (2/6/08 8:05 PM) Reply
Very cute bag.
lilyofthevalley said... (2/6/08 7:56 PM) Reply
Your fabric coordinations are beautiful and provide added zip to this already stylish bag. I too like big bags and this one is very special. Excellent review, too. -Lily
Ronda Rae said... (2/6/08 7:49 PM) Reply
Love it!!! I'm working on the Weekender Bag from Amy Butler and I'm doing the same thing with pockets. I've been thinking about putting a zippered pocket on the outside but wasn't quite sure how to go about it. I'll have to study yours and Deepika's. Thanks for reviewing.. I may have to buy that pattern. CUTE!
sewfrequent said... (2/6/08 7:40 PM) Reply
Nancy! that bag is ADORABLE!! I simply must have it!! Are those fabrics still available?
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