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Nicole Rope Handle Bag


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This spacious shoulder one-of-a-kind handbag is a great everyday bag and large enough to fit your essentials in. The bag is made from beautiful quality tapestry fabric in ivory and brown and has a stylish feminine boho character. Looks chic and elegant as almost empty as well as fully filled. All fabrics used have luxurious satin shine. Features: - one main compartment inside - bag closes with a magnetic snap - fully lined with taffeta in orange, cream and brown - on double pocket inside - lovely handles out of fabric and rope in coordinating ivory The bag is lightly padded, but it is very light to carry and needs really small space to be kept in. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to use sewing machine SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Handles are 21 inches (53cm) end to end i.e. 10 inches (25cm) high - tall enough to fit comfortably below your arm even if you are wearing a winter jacket. The bag is 17 inches (43cm) across the widest part, 11.5 inches (29cm) across the narrowest part and 17 inches (43cm) high.

Recommended with this pattern

  • fabrics roughly: 1 yard of floral fabric. 1 yard of lining fabric. 1 yard of batting. 1/4 yard of handles fabric
  • floral patterned fabric for the exterior - 20 x 36 / 51cm x 92 cm
  • lightweight fabric in matching solid color for the handles - 23.5 x 6 / 60 cm x 16 cm

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Hi, my name is Maria and I'm from Bulgaria. I have an arts degree, majoring in fine art. I am mainly a painter and interior decorator, but I love sewing and designing. I've been sewing as long as I can remember. As a child dresses for my dolls, later clothes for me and my sister on my mom's sewing machine. I bought my first sewing machine more than 10 years ago. Last year I add an overlocking sewing machine to my home atelier. On Oct 27, 2009 I opened my online shop on Etsy called DELINDA BOUTIQUE which goes pretty well lately. I started selling pillow covers and art. Later I added bags and prints. Now I found Craftsy and I'm so happy to share my ideas here!