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Camera Canon Canon PowerShot SD880 IS
Exposure Time 1/60
F-Stop 2.8
ISO 125

Front showing outside pockets

Created in this Craftsy class

Design Your Own Handbag taught by Brett Bara

Design and sew your very own high-fashion handbag in this class taught by author, designer and television host Brett Bara.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Exterior is upholstery cotton and interior is nylon. I really like nylon for interior - easy to use, crisp, easy to clean, great colour saturation.

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What are you most proud of? I like the size of this bag. I started with 14 wide by 13 tall. I used decor fuse so needed no hard bottom.

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Another great bag! Love the colors!

08/23/2014 Flag

Thanks a bunch.

08/24/2014 Flag

I love this bag. The colour combo is great.

11/23/2014 Flag

Thank you. I have more of this fabric and have similar plans for it.

11/28/2014 Flag

great bag ; lots of bling. where do you get the hardware from?

03/17/2015 Flag

Hardware is the only part of this hobbies that makes me crazy. I got the studs from a rather shop - Tandy Leather. They are only through one layer so are not really functional. Those swivel hooks came with D-rings which was a bonus and I also got them at a leather shop in Vancouver, BC. I have ordered a bit of hardware on line but prefer to touch it so scout leather and tack shops and quilt and fabric stores. Trouble is finding matching colors and finishes.

03/17/2015 Flag

thanks for your swift reply. i've ordered from a company in conneticut but it is pricy. also the bucle guy is expensive. is there a company in canada?

03/17/2015 Flag

I have ordered on line from Emmaline in Alberta and her service is really good. Still some issues that colours don't match. Also a good place for basic hardware is Paccana in Calgary. Limited selection but very reasonably priced.

03/20/2015 Flag