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My Pleated Everyday Bag, posted above, made it to Etsy's front page two days in a row! It was featured yesterday and this past Sunday. Thanks Etsy! And thanks so much Slide Sideways for creating such a gorgeous treasury! Check out Scott and Jacqui's shop for beautiful silk-screened posters, pillows and lots more.
As of today my shop is sold out of my Pleated Everyday Bag so I plan on creating more this week. I've been wanting to try some out in corduroy. I think they would look awesome. Yesterday I made a trip to some local fabric stores looking to replenish my stock of corduroy but didn't find anything I liked. Either the quality of the fabric was not quite good enough or the color was not what I was looking for. I was so disappointed. I'm like a kid in a candy shop when I'm in a fabric store so you can image how difficult it was to leave without my candy bar!

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