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Posted on:5/5/08 2:47 PM
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lilyofthevalley said...
Lola, your tiny thumbnail photo is not enlarging, when I click on it. If you can fix that, I'd love to see the detail of your bag, which looks very nice from the small photo. -Lily
5/5/08 3:46 PM
KrystalL said...
Nice bag, Lola. Where did you get your Timtex?
5/5/08 4:10 PM
LolaT said...
Thank you for the comments lilyofthevalley - I know the image thing was not working for me, I don't know why. I'll see if I can fix it again. Pirouette - I got it a while back on Ebay You can go to my blog for more info and pictures
5/5/08 5:36 PM
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5/5/08 5:46 PM
ColorMeHome said...
I love your bag! Your additional photos of your other Amy Butler items are just as nice. Your kids are cute too!
5/6/08 0:17 AM
Yakityak said...
I have this pattern and haven't made it yet - I've heard from others that the handles are a pain to do as written. I think MamaFitz came up with a good solution and has detailed instructions in her review. Pirouette - I was told that Peltex (which is the Joann's brand) is the same as Timtex. I've bought both - and now that the 2 are in my stash I can't tell them apart. Anyway, great review, and the bag is adorable despite the handles giving you fits. It looks good in the photo and I love the fabric!
5/6/08 1:16 AM
Sic said...
Cute bag - I love the idea of using denim as one of the sides! Nice work!
5/6/08 7:47 AM
fabeins said...
That looks great!
5/6/08 12:57 PM
hat-and-bag-lady said...
I've often looked at this pattern, but the whole "Amy Butler" fabric and pattern company offends me. (It's like it's trying too hard be girly, but not quite succeeding.)
5/30/08 3:16 PM
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