Added Sep 10, 2011
O Porto, Portugal
I know that this doesn’t exactly qualify as a sewing project, but I’m just so proud that I wanted to share with the Burda community (:
I bought this book six months ago, but I didn’t had a chance to read it, because my lovely nephews decided that it was a good paper to rip and draw on. So instead of throwing it away, I decided to use the one thing that they didn’t ruined – the cover.
This is the story of this lovely bag (:
I followed several tutorials around the web, like this one-
Hope you liked it (:
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