Added Nov 25, 2009
This took me quite some time to make but it was worth it. The second time around will be much easier! This bag is amazingly huge.
For the bottom I used faux leather. The bottom stabilizer was that cross-stitch plastic stuff but was too stiff. I’m going to remove it. A general fusible stabilizer in the inside bottom fabric would’ve been sufficient. The tassels came from the home furnishings area.
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