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printer graphic tote

Added Apr 14, 2008

by handmadelibr...

New York, New Yo...






I had an old tote with good handles and good interior structure (dividers, zippered pockets), but the exterior was worn out. I decided to cover it with pinstripe suiting and add a pocket embellished with graphics of printers at work behind clear vinyl, in a frame of pinked teal velveteen. The graphics came from briarpress.org, which permits noncommercial use of many of their their cuts and caps.

Material Notes

wool pinstripe suiting, clear vinyl, teal velveteen, an old tote bag, and graphics from briarpress.org





briarpress.org (source for graphics of printers at work)

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    May 13, 2008, 01.01 PMby pacificstyle

    It looks great! Love how you reclaimed an old but still good item. Very creative idea. Your graphics look great on the bag. Very cool idea to use them as a pocket. Thanks for the info about briarpress.org – definitely going to check them out!

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