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Posted on:1/22/13 1:05 PM

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cindyann said...
Very pretty,
1/22/13 1:17 PM
Dee2 said...
I love the fabric you chose for both the outside & the inside. This would be a great gift to make as it looks very useful as well as pretty.
1/22/13 2:30 PM
KensingtonCrab said...
The fabric is wonderful!
1/22/13 5:15 PM
margy.64 said...
What a great idea. This is almost too pretty to hide away inside your handbag.
1/22/13 8:24 PM
grey ann said...
Love your fabric choices. I have this pattern, and I'm impressed that you had the patience to convert inches to metric!!!
1/23/13 7:30 PM
KultaKoru said...
Thank you all, it is a shame to hide it inside a bag as my scrap project turned out to be pretty. As I needed the organizer, I just had to do the conversions :-)
1/24/13 12:46 PM
Oh2Sew2 said...
Practical and very cute!
1/25/13 9:28 AM
KultaKoru said...
After using Suzi for some time, I would add medium interfacing to all pieces as I would like it to stand up more when used. This depends on the fabric used, though.
3/5/13 12:12 PM
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