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The Wayfarer


        The Wayfarer in Lilac

The purse posted above is one of my favorite designs and works so well with different appliques. I've been trying to come up with a name for it for ages. Nothing ever seemed quite right to me. After brainstorming a while today I decided to ask my partner what he thinks. He's always so supportive and helpful.  Well, he thought of The Wayfarer! The shape of the bag reminds him of the wayfarer sunglasses. I see what he means. It's also a great name because you can take this purse with you on all your journeys. It's perfect for your travels through the city or the country side. The Wayfarer is a purse you can take with you everywhere and always be unique.
Check out my shop next week for lots of new Wayfarers!

Comments

Kelle's Kitchen said…
This is GORGEOUS! I think I saw your work on a showcase on Etsy and promptly added you as a favourite. I adore handmade bags...and as soon as I convince myself that it's ok to purchase more (considering how many I already have!) I hope to purchase one of yours. Excellent work!

KElle
Elisa said…
Thanks for your compliments on my shop Kelle!
I checked out your shop. You make some amazing vegan soap bars!
All the best!
Elisa @ Pesky Cat Designs

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