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November 29, 2009



I have to admit that I'm not a huge purse person -- have been carrying the same one on a daily basis for over 4 years now -- but I absolutely love your little clutch! And just wow on finishing it so fast w/o a pattern!

Deb Myers

would LOVE to see a picture of the whole outfit. preferably ON!!

Tabitha O.

That is funny that conversation I swear I have those with my hub the days before most events...I love the clutch though! And the red shoes!


Your clutch is gorgeous, what a great use of Laura's fabric. And I look forward to seeing the Aurora b'day pics. Did you go all-out again?

Rafael's mum

You are fantastic to do that without pattern! The clutch looks absolutely fabulous and matches so well with the shoes! You sure are a design talent!


Your post made me laugh, because I completely identify with the 11th hour project making. My husband gives me that same "you're doing that NOW?" reaction. But look at how it turned out -- gorgeous!


That button just makes the bag. Great shoes too!


Lovely clutch, I bet you looked fabulous!


I'd be sewing that bag the morning of, and hand stitching in the car!


love the shoes! love the bag! I have some of that fabric, I need to get working on it!


You are so cool!


been there.. done that.. my other half will never get it either!!

Jessica Christensen

Laughing so hard, because I've had that conversation a number of times. Okay. Maybe not about a wedding, but something similar. (Christmas, birthdays, you know.


You sound like me. I'm disappointed we don't get a pix of YOU looking all glam but the clutch is fabulous.

Nicole Choules

Can you PLEASE make a pattern that I can buy for that fabulous clutch??

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