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Review submitted in Challenge Contest 2012 - Handbag Contest
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Reviewed by:Clareew
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About Clareewstar
HAM United Kingdom
Member since: 5/10/06
Reviews: 44 (patterns: 42)
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Posted on:8/13/12 3:27 PM
Last Updated:8/14/12 5:04 AM
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Baja Susana said... (8/27/12 6:11 PM) Reply
I have made several of these, and they are loved by the recipients. They look more complicated than they are! Good job on yours
marec said... (8/16/12 1:14 AM) Reply
This is an example of why I love PR. Your bag is beautiful and your review is so helpful. Thank you for sharing your talent and education.
arianamaniacs said... (8/15/12 3:35 AM) Reply
Great use of fabric technique, the bag is really nice!
Clareew said... (8/15/12 3:33 AM) Reply
Thank you for all you kind comments. I really had a lot of fun making this bag.
Lynn WA said... (8/14/12 9:03 PM) Reply
Beautiful! Love your fabric embellishments!
Doris Stewart said... (8/14/12 8:16 AM) Reply
I started this bag years ago - yours makes me want to finish mine. Love your end result; good for you to persevere.
Sharonspils said... (8/14/12 7:56 AM) Reply
Stunning bag and your fabric is very impressive.
SewRuth said... (8/14/12 4:33 AM) Reply
Wow, I mean, just wow!
whistlin dixie said... (8/13/12 7:58 PM) Reply
What a great bag, Clareew. I love the colors of the fabric and the embellishing you did. Nice job!
lo_j said... (8/13/12 7:24 PM) Reply
Oooh, I do love it! Very nice job!
Clareew said... (8/13/12 5:45 PM) Reply
The Stitch and Slash is surprisingly quick. After washing and drying the fabrics, i did some test samples with the fabrics in different orders to see which i liked best. I then simply layered the fabrics, drew my design on the bottom one, stotched from the back, then turned it all over and started slashing. Great fun to see what appears.
SheBear0320 said... (8/13/12 5:26 PM) Reply
What a fabulous bag -- the Stitch & Slash fabric method produces a gorgeous "fabric" -- how long did it take to prep the fabric? Thanks for the very detailed review.
Sigrid. said... (8/13/12 4:41 PM) Reply
Beautiful Clare, great you finished in time. Love to see all the nice details and a good combination of fabrics.
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