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Thread: Russian inspiration for my Lucille

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    How clever of you to make such a cute, useful bag. That will be one of a kind for sure.

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    Awww, love the russian nesting dolls. Lucille will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofireno View Post
    Last year, Lucille who was still going to the kindergarten, torned her small school bag.
    I've been looking for a while for a new one but the ones I saw where too big, too small, to expensive, too tacky, not the right colors... So I decided one afternoon to do one myself; I took my pen, a white sheet and I designed this little one with russian dolls appliqué, some stitcheries and a few quilting. Hope you enjoy it as I did when I made it.
    Sorry for the photos quality, they're the only ones I took from it with my phone and now the poor bag isn't really neat to be photographed
    it is delightful! and the pictures are just fine. as to it not being a good subject to photo now...well. aren't you glad...she must love it, or she wouldn't use. glad you took the plunge and created on your own. i did this for toys, clothing coverlets & quilts for my son as he grew up. and now he is married and thrills to all the "special" things his wife makes for thier little ones.

    they do remember, our young.
    the rogue quilter - in from wandering in the sun and snow with camera in hand.

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    That is adorable. She will love it.
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    I love the Russian dolls. Lucille is a very lucky little girl.

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    how cute she will love it
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    Awe, how precious! I bet she loves it so much!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    love it! Does she love it?

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    Well how cute is that. What a great idea. I have the same problems for my gds. They are going to Taiwan and will need pack packs (aka back packs)

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    It is so sweet!

    Linda

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