Through the microscope

The finished bag!

The bag is finished. I very much enjoyed making it. Next I am going to make a Wonder Woman bag for my lovely neighbour.

Oh, and I have to play with some diatoms too. I’m pretty much in love with life at the moment.

Live long and prosper, humanoids!





Comments on: "The finished bag!" (2)

  1. Oh, the inside is really nice too.

    Re the Wonder Woman bag: It’s been many years, but… I once worked for a small company and the owner started dumping an insane amount of work on me. When the next task came down, I said “Well, give me a brass bra and call me Wonder Woman. I can do anything.”
    … He didn’t appreciate my humor as much as the others did.
    I was younger and feistier then… and probably *would* have come to work wearing a brass bra if I could have found one! 🙂


  2. A brass bra would be very chilly in the winter! It would look fantastic though. 😀


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