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Added Aug 4, 2011

by wakol

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I sewed this bag with IKEA fabric, imitating the shape of my another favorite bag. I just happened to make a ribbon when I was playing with a waste piece of cutting fabric. So I attached it on the bag, but I was torn between putting it on the center ( as pictures ) and on the top of the strap. I’m still wondering which is better, or removing it is the best..





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  • Grflagge_large

    Aug 4, 2011, 12.45 PMby Douli Bee

    I agree about the bow. The bag is beautiful! You did an excellent job! :-))

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    • Prof-monkiri_large

      Aug 4, 2011, 02.41 PMby wakol

      Thank you so much. I’m happy to hear both of you two like the bow on the front.

      Also, hooo.. it’s called “bow”…, I learned a new word here:) I’m not a native English speaker, so it’s also fun to see others’ comment in this site.

  • P1011343_large

    Aug 4, 2011, 08.57 AMby Adrienne Hendrix

    I like the bow on the front. Great bag!

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    • Prof-monkiri_large

      Aug 4, 2011, 02.34 PMby wakol

      Thank you so much. I like your thumbnail picture. That’s a great atelier!

    • P1011343_large

      Aug 4, 2011, 10.03 PMby Adrienne Hendrix

      If you don’t mind me asking…what is an “atelier”? I am thinking it is a sewing room? Glad you learned a new word, always fun to learn new things.

    • Prof-monkiri_large

      Aug 5, 2011, 02.53 AMby wakol

      I should have used the word “studio”. I think the word “atelier” is originally from French, and we use it in Japan to mean a working space for something creative. Am I clear :) ? Thank you for letting me know the word is not common here! Communicating with a native speaker like you is the best way to learn English !

    • P1011343_large

      Aug 5, 2011, 09.48 AMby Adrienne Hendrix

      thank you for explaining, even I learned a new word. This is fun! Enjoy and Happy Sewing!

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