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Thread: Allyce's Fabric Finds a home after 27 years!

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    Beautiful! Love what you did with it.
    Kathleen, a lass with a bit of the Irish in her blood and a whole lot of Irish in her heart

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    What a wonderful fabric. Lovely bag.
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    Fabulous use of that very vibrant fabric......Bet she's smiling down on you and your project in honor of her.....

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    What a gorgeous bag! I love, love, love the fabric. It was defeinitely worth the wait.

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    so cheery, love it

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    Beautiful fabric..Love the bag..

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    I love it! Yes it was waiting for the perfect moment and you did a wonderful job of using this unusual fabric to the maximum. I think you inherited the best part of the deal!

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    Nice pattern choice for this fabric. Good job.
    Jesus knows all my imperfections yet he still loves me. Amazing!

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    The fabric seems to have been made for a purse just like that. The lines flow in curves as does the design of the bag. Good choice.

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    Talked to my brother in law a couple of days ago and he said she made him some pretty "interesting" shirts back in the 60's...so I'll bet she had it for a long time before I got it... Anyway I'm glad to have found a way to showcase it....LOL

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