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My not-so-itty-bitty bag

Added Apr 5, 2009

by googlie

Pachuca, Mexico




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After making Kquade’s incredibly cute Itty-Bitty Bag, I just though I’d make it bigger and add some handles. I also gave it a plastic-lined cardboard base for it to maintain its shape.







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    Jun 5, 2009, 06.03 AMby raeb

    Where do you get your bag handles? These ones are really nice!

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    May 2, 2009, 07.53 AMby bigmouthwithbigdreams

    Me again…what were the measurements away from the center point for your pleat? Thanks.

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    Apr 30, 2009, 09.16 PMby bigmouthwithbigdreams

    Awesome! Yours gives me confidence to make my own bag. When I was looking through the instructions, I was thinking of making a big one that I could POSSIBLY use for school. Now I’ll definitely try it!

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    Apr 6, 2009, 04.23 AMby stylopath

    Beautiful Bag. Very stylish and practical.

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    Apr 5, 2009, 09.50 PMby kquade

    AWESOME! i’m so excited you made this! I had imagined it working well as a big huge bag and i love that you chose to do that, it looks so good. this made my night, thank you :)

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