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Project One Hundred and Three: Lovely Large Shoulder Bags

December 14, 2011

I made five of these large shoulder bags to sell at the craft fair, and only have one left that is yet to find an owner. I may just keep it for myself, to make a change from my original shoulder bag that I made back in February. I made all of this using the tutorial I wrote back then for that first bag, but just simplified it by not bothering with the outside zipped pocket (as I never use it on my bag).

I love them all, and was a little bit sad as each one was bought and taken away from me. I am disappointed that I forgot to photograph the inside of the green corduroy bag or the ticking stripe bag with the lovely navy floral lining, you will just have to imagine how nice they were. I think I will have to make another one for myself, the only problem is, I doubt I could decide which fabric to use! The only bag that I still have is the striped ticking bag with the red lining.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Narcisse permalink
    December 14, 2011 9:15 pm

    I love the last curdoroy one!
    Such a nice colour!
    Simple and elegant, what a girl wants 😉

  2. December 15, 2011 7:56 am

    Really gorgeous – maybe you should start selling on line?

  3. nicky permalink
    March 17, 2012 7:21 pm

    These are lovely bags. I like the materials you have chosen to put together.

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