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Review submitted in Challenge Contest 2012 - Handbag Contest
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Reviewed by:Lynn WA
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Posted on:8/9/12 12:16 PM
Last Updated:8/10/12 4:20 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Butter Bean said... (9/12/12 6:36 PM) Reply
Absolutely spectacular! I love it. You've inspired me.
Laurie Lou said... (9/12/12 5:11 PM) Reply
I love everything about this lovely creation of yours!
Danvillegirl said... (8/28/12 12:24 PM) Reply
Great job with this in the hoop bag. Color combinations are very attractive.
sewme47 said... (8/20/12 12:48 PM) Reply
Super job! Looks so professional.
maria 6705 said... (8/17/12 7:13 PM) Reply
Beautiful bag!
Mrs4Him said... (8/17/12 5:43 PM) Reply
Very nice--awesome job!
Aroura said... (8/17/12 3:03 PM) Reply
Really love this bag!!
Bonnie O said... (8/17/12 9:28 AM) Reply
Love it!
Patricia from Rose Manor Farm said... (8/16/12 11:03 PM) Reply
Lynn, This bag is just great! Even better in person but the detail shows nicely in the photo.
Lynn WA said... (8/16/12 9:44 AM) Reply
Thank you all for the nice comments! This was my first review and it wasn't as intimidating as I thought it would be!
arianamaniacs said... (8/15/12 12:06 PM) Reply
I might have to try this out on my embroisery unit, yours turned out lovely!
Lynn WA said... (8/13/12 1:15 PM) Reply
SheBear0320 - I cut the straps 2" wide and used a medium weight iron on interfacing for the entire width. I folded it in 1/2" on each side; then I cut a 1" strip (yellow), interfaced it as well, folded it 1/4" on each side, laid it over the center of the wider strap and seweed along each edge. It was easy to do and the best part was no turning a tube yet all the raw edges are enclosed.
SheBear0320 said... (8/12/12 7:46 PM) Reply
Amazing bag -- looks very expensive. Did you use anything in the handles or are they just 2 layers of fabric.
whistlin dixie said... (8/11/12 11:47 PM) Reply
A very nice bag! I like the combinations of colors, fabrics and embroidery.
bijou90 said... (8/11/12 11:43 AM) Reply
Fabulous bag, excellent embroidery.
Sue Parrott said... (8/11/12 9:49 AM) Reply
Gorgeous boutique looking bag. Just beautiful!
Scheri said... (8/11/12 2:23 AM) Reply
What a beautiful bag.......very stylish
carolynw said... (8/10/12 11:24 PM) Reply
This is one BEAUTIFUL bag - I bet you would have to pay one heck of a lot for it in any upscale store- I am totally in love with it.
marthamyers said... (8/10/12 8:34 PM) Reply
Such an interesting approach to machine embroidery. I've been watching this on Sewing With Nancy. It's so cool to see your version!
Sharonspils said... (8/10/12 7:25 PM) Reply
Gorgeous!
Lynn WA said... (8/10/12 4:27 PM) Reply
HDWen, I updated the link to the handbag software, so check it out! They still have it, just on a different page.
sewhappygrams said... (8/10/12 4:01 PM) Reply
Very pretty. I seen this bag/embroidery completed on Sewing with Nancy. Nancy had as a guest Eileen Roche who showed how this bag was machine embroidered and put together. You did a great job.
JEF said... (8/10/12 2:40 PM) Reply
Gorgeous!
HDWen said... (8/10/12 12:41 PM) Reply
I went to the link to look for the Kit you bought, but she's not got anymore. What all comes with it? Every time I look in the gallery this is the bag I drool over! :-)
Kathy7661 said... (8/10/12 10:47 AM) Reply
Nicely done, great bag!
Annie P said... (8/10/12 0:50 AM) Reply
Great bag!
Lynn WA said... (8/9/12 5:01 PM) Reply
The straps are attached rather ingeniously! A placement square is embroidered on the bag, then the strap is added and sewn down in a square with an X through it - several times so it's very strong. Then the fabric covering is placed over the strap and embroidered. Everything is firmly held in place.
lo_j said... (8/9/12 3:53 PM) Reply
Lovely! I like the choice of interior fabrics, too.
BJ1400 said... (8/9/12 3:20 PM) Reply
That is very cute! How are the straps attached?
Mary Stiefer said... (8/9/12 2:34 PM) Reply
Lovely
HDWen said... (8/9/12 1:31 PM) Reply
Beautiful colors, I love how the handles just pop against the bag!
pdiddly said... (8/9/12 1:28 PM) Reply
beautiful
mastdenman said... (8/9/12 12:36 PM) Reply
Beautiful!
marec said... (8/9/12 12:26 PM) Reply
That is just marvelous!
 
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