Added Dec 21, 2009
My sister is moving abroad and who knows what dangers might be awaiting her. That’s why I’ve made her an emergency purse to put toothpaste, toothbrush, some soap, a comb and such in. I hope to find it at least a little shabby once she gets back. :)
I used a Japanese tutorial found through BS’s Bathina, but redrafted the pattern slightly to make it look more pantiesque. The difficulty is put to “intermediate” because even if it isn’t very difficult, it might be tricky on-and-off.
Oh, yeah, the project name… well, this color is apparently called teagreen, and… and… can you really blame me for thinking of England and teaparties when I’ve got ribbons and laces and rose print fabrics?!… if you are English, I bet you might. Sorry. :))
(Dunno which style this is really, but I guess it’s romantic… anyone?)
Zipper and satin ribbon – Dollys
Cotton fabrics by Tilda, fibre felt and lace – Panduro
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