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Posts tagged ‘hand bag’

Wonder woman bag for my neighbour


Inside of bag

Inside of bag

I made this bag as a gift for my lovely neighbour, Mandy. She’s a great friend and I don’t know what I’d do without her. Without her the whole street would be a less friendly and cheery place to live. Her straight talking manner, her sense of humour and concern for everyone is something to admire. She’s one of life’s beautiful people; beautiful on the inside as well as the outside.

The bag pattern was bought from Chris W Designs, I’d recommend her bag patterns, they are cleverly designed so they can be printed on A4 paper and the PDF instructions are clear and easy to follow.

A bag for my sister

Here’s a bag I’m making for my sister. I adore this fabric by Michael Miller.
The pattern is called “genevieve” I bought it on craftsy from Chris W.

An awful lot of cutting out but I think its worth the trouble.i just need to line it and fix the handle and it’s done.


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