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Stripy black and white bag

Added Jul 7, 2008

by qsogirl

Syracuse, New Yo...

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Description

handbag made from pattern by Jocole #16001

Material Notes

7 12″×24″ (discontinued) upholstery swatches (exterior and lining)

heavy fuseable interfacing

large snap

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Jocole #16001

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    Jul 7, 2008, 03.43 PMby dianacirne

    Like the fabrics conjugation!

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    Jul 7, 2008, 11.16 AMby qsogirl

    Thanks, CarlaTV. I did break a needle when I was doing the final topstitching around the opening of the bag, but I was using a regular needle (should have known better!) I bought a leather needle and it worked great for the rest of the topstitching. Next time I make one, I’ll use a leather needle for the whole thing.

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    Jul 7, 2008, 10.00 AMby carlatv

    I like the Native American feel to the fabric. Nice work! Was it difficult to sew all those thick layers?

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