Added Aug 7, 2008
Rochester, New Y...
I saw someone made this on some site I found a while ago and I completely forgot about it till I saw a pink fabric at the fabric store. I bought it thinking ha I could do that bag (who knew I could actually do it). I wasn’t really expecting it to be done right.
Anyway I looked around and the original one is quiet expensive and I don’t see myself paying over $500 for a bag, but I could spend under $5 for the whole thing :-)
I’m new at this and this is my very first bag. I had no pattern to show but I explained the materials as much as I could. I did this by looking at the bag and modified it the way I wanted.
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12 × 13 pink fabric (or any color) Need 2 front and back
12 × 13 any color fabric for lining
12 × 13 batting
12 × 13 another shear fabric for marking the back for the
2 Black triangle for the side / corner of bag
Black strips for the handle
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