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Thread: From a vest to a bag...

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    Very creative. Wonderful job

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    Very pretty!
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    i would like the pattern and were to get the handle the pewter metal i could find
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    What creativity. It.s beautiful!

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    Fabulous idea, thanks for sharing. And the bag is beautiful!!!!

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    Cute idea!!! very talented!!!!
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    Great job!! You have a talent to see something in an item and creative it. Love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchquick View Post
    i would like the pattern and were to get the handle the pewter metal i could find
    These bags are called The Interchangable Bag, its wonderful creator is Ellen Medlock. Her website is http://ellenmedlockstudio.com. Her handles are pretty expensive but you can find them on etsy or ebay. Thanks
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    How great is that! Beautiful!

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    That is wonderful, good job. What kind of handles are those?
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    Excellent reuse of a pretty fabric!

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    Now that is just too cute! You are very creative!

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    Just too cute for words...

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