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Friday, November 15, 2013

A finished project!

I have to share the new purse I just finished!
I really like the jute webbing combined with the toile ~
The buttons are even covered in the pretty toile.
The pattern was pretty easy to follow and I'm so pleased
with the results. It has a lot of body because it is interlined
with wonderful, soft fleece too!

This was the first time that I've added a magnetic closure and it was pretty easy to do!

I've already added it to my Etsy store if you'd like to take a peek!!!!

Wishing you a wonderful Friday dear friends ~
hugs and love,



Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Dawn, it is absolutely darling!!!

Well done, should be a huge seller with the holidays coming up - what lucky lady wouldn't LOVE to have that purse to call her very own.


suziqu's thread works said...

Hello Dawn
I haven't been around for a while whilst caring for a very dear friend with cancer but just had to pop in to say "hi" and to say what a lovely job you have done on that toile bag! It's gorgeous!
Big hugs,

Dorthe said...

Dearest Dawn, your work is stunning, so beautiful, and real proffescionally made.
The fabric is so lovely, and inside it looks beautiful, too. The buttons are a gorgeous touch.
Sweetie I wish you a happy weekend.
Much love from Dorthe

Theresa said...

That purse is SOLD to ME:) I love it! Thanks:) Have a blessed day sweet Dawn, HUGS!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love it, Dawn! I'm a fan of toile so I love how you've used it here. I'm going to be taking on a messenger bag, which I've never made before. I'm sure, if nothing else, it will be interesting! Love the covered buttons you added, too. They make for a nice finishing touch.

Vintage Home said...

eeeek I love the combination of texture and finish!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

sooo sweet and SO well-made!'ve a talent with a needle and thread. happy w-end to you Dawn! ;)

trash talk said...

As long as I live, I don't think I will ever tire of toile. It's the most beautiful pattern on far as I'm concerned!
You did a fab job of combining the elegance of it with the rustic of the trim. Down to the last detail, it is gorgeous. Great job girl!

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

WOWZER it is amazing. Just beautiful . There is a lot of shopping to be done with that cute toile bag. LOVE LOVE

jeanniemc said...

L O V E I T!!! That purse is soooo cute..what a wonderful talent you have! Have a great weekend!

Hugs, Jeannie

Vicki Boster said...

Dawn- the purse is drop dead gorgeous. You killed it girlfriend with the beautiful fabric combination. Love the buttons too! I see it didn't last long in your shop-- of course not!!


Vee said...

That turned out beautifully!

Belladonna said...

Tres chic!

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

That turned out really cute! I've used those same type of magnetic butotns and they are fanastic, aren't they?
And it's not surprising that your purse has already sold.
Good job!!

Nancy said...

It turned out beautiful! How was it getting the webbing through your Sewing Machine? I have a couple projects coming up with the webbing and my Machine~

Huggs, Nancy

Jen said...

Hello Dawn, I love the bag. The toile and webbing together is beautifully finished. Beautiful bag.

Pat C. said...

Oh, Dawn, I didn't think that the bag could be any lovelier than it was in your last post, but the sweet covered buttons really finish it off! I love the magnetic clasp... I am too lazy to close zippers on my bags and they gape open so unattractively.: ( xoxo

marie said...

Love this bag Dawn!!!
Simply beautiful!!

Theresa said...

Dawn, I have been out of town and returned home to find my GORGEOUS purse! YIKES, it is SO MUCH more beautiful than in the picture! Thank you! I am over the moon happy with my purchase:) HUGS!

Barb said...

Love, love, love!!! Beautiful work dear Dawn!

Barb Gould

rkramadh said...

gorgeous bag. Your sewing is so perfect/professional. I don't see this item though on etsy, already sold I guess?


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