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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 04-2003-142 (Handbag)

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Reviewed by:Marie Hoge

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Posted on:10/1/03 6:25 PM

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Marie Hoge said...
This was my experiement, as I wanted to make one in leather. It does not require an hardware, though you could add a snap.
10/2/03 7:14 PM
Judy Williment said...
I made this in leather, but changed the handle hole to a triangle. In leather it was reasonably firm. That was an experiment, and I plan to make it again, this time for me to use. Next time I'm going to add more stiffening above the handle hole, as it flops a bit.
10/2/03 5:13 PM
Becky Coleman said...
I liked this bag, too, and made one myself from some decorating fabric, with piped nylon trim on the sides. I cut up a fuschia suede skirt to make a leather "bottom." I used plastic canvas to stiffen the bottom. I also added a strap with a snap to hold my keys. I really like that bag in pink!
10/1/03 9:22 PM
AnneM said...
Too many instructions, in a Burda magazine pattern? That came out very nicely. Did it require any hardware?
10/1/03 8:05 PM
els said...
I like your bag ,want to make such a model in leather.
10/1/03 7:38 PM
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