Added Jul 8, 2010
México City, Mexico
I saw how to make this flower hand bag in threadbanger (http://www.threadbanger.com/episode/SLB_20100701/silk-chiffon-flower-hand-bag-inspired-by-blugirl-handbag-secretlifeofabionerd), it is inspired in a blugirl handbag. I have to give it a try and I love how it turned out.
I put a larger chain because lately i’ve been lazy and I prefer to hang it than having it like a clutch or a shoulder bag. probably it is the most demanding bag I’ve ever made; I hand sewn all of the flowers and the rhinestones. the lining is from the left over of my anda dress, and it has an interior zipper bag.
all of the flower are made of blue taffeta, black, navy blue and dark blue organza, I burnt the side of the circles so that they would be irregular.
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