Added Aug 15, 2012
I made this bag to suit Dirndls and other traditional clothing, but as well for a everyday use. I used many traditional symbols and stuff, like:
The Edelweiss button: A boy who wants to conquer a Austrian/Bavarian girl, has to give her an Edelweiss. Which turns out quite difficult, since the Edelweiss is protected under nature conservation…
The metal chain: Many dirndls have these to fasten the lacing.
The acorn stitchery: It is used on the traditional Lederhosen.
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