Added Oct 16, 2010
Austin, United S...
My mother took me to Christmas in October in Salado, Texas.
The only things I found were these swatches for $2 each and some Dr. Martens for $75. I got the swatches.
There were 3, with all the same graphics, just different colors. One pink, one purpleish, and one blue and greener.
The bulk of the bag is the purple, the pockets and flap are the pinkish.
I was super excited about making something from the swatches, so this bag was made that night. I finished at 5.
Heavier cotton and a thin flannel I think its natural, it isn’t to static-y.
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