Thursday, 17 March 2011

DIY

 At last the purse tutorial is in my etsy shop. 
It has taken me HOURS!!!!!
At one point I accidentally deleted it.
 I really hope it  was worth it and that it makes sense.

For those who are interested click here.

19 comments:

soggibottom said...

Your up late again :-)
Must be a SNAP for us both :-)
Haven't yet clicked on to your tutorial.... but I will :-)
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The Coffee Lady said...

I came on here today with my hands over my eyes. You really freaked me out the other day with that dead fox.

Rachel said...

I'm glad the effort and recovery of the deletion seem to be worthwhile!

Patty Biermans said...

Congratulations with your succes! You see that patience is a virtue! Great job done. Hugzz...Peebee

Judah Noah said...

While I won't be making the purse (I'm not a purse kinda guy) it mmakes me laugh a little, as just last night I was trying to figure out how to do almost that exact shape as a hanging ceramic planter!

Heather said...

Isn't it maddening when you lose something it has taken ages to load? I love the lime green and magenta purse - it looks like a beautiful exotic flower.

Rosie said...

I still think this is stunning, but not at all sure I could make one. Maybe I'll just admire yours.

Storycloth said...

These are fantastic; and they remind me of a half finished project of mine. Love the colour combinations. Gilly

Lesley said...

I am delighted to have this tutorial; I've coveted this little bag since I first saw it. I wall be making it as son as I can get some stunning fabric.

Kathleen said...

How pretty are these! The silk makes them look so rich, then the pretty velvet motifs just add the extra wow! Very nice. Keep up the great work Jackie.
Also, thanks so much for commenting on my quilt with the "new" front.
Kathleen

Sheep Rustler said...

It looks absolutely adorable and I love the colour combination. But I have to admit that my first reaction when I saw the top photo was to think it was a bag made to look like an onion!!

Jackie said...

Hahahaha! It does look a bit like an onion ...its the roots!

Buba said...

So beautiful...Love it:)
Edina from Hungary

DILLY said...

Aww be beuuuuuutiful; be awl pink an green.

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Linda said...

These are adorable Jackie...I couldn't make one in a thousand years, but I like looking at yours :-)
Everything you make is so neat and desirable.
xx

Lorie McCown said...

Garsh the colors! I love the pod purse, so appropriate for spring.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

The pink and green - oh yum!!! Far too nice to use as a purse I'd say - definitely a display piece if it were mine.

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Oh I jus NEW that Dilly wud like that wun!!!

I carnt beleev yu hav a frend calld Soggibottom! HAHAHAHAHA!!

:@}

Carol said...

I love this purse... I have one of these!!! You are so talented!



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