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New Corduroy Purses!


I just added four new corduroy Wayfarer Purses to the Pesky Cat Designs shop!  I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to finish them in time and still have enough daylight left to photograph them. But I did. I really cut it close though! This might be my last batch of corduroy handbags for a while. Not sure. I do have some fabric left over so you never know!

The Wayfarer Purse posted above is made from a camel cotton corduroy and is fully lined in a cotton floral toile by Michael Miller. I absolutely love this fabric. Flowers and butterflies! I used my last piece to make this purse. Check out my shop to see all the new handbags!

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Gwen Paja said…
love this new one, especially the lining!

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Jenni said…
I love everything about this purse! even the colors and designs on the inside! If I wasnt broke I would so buy one or two of your purses. lol. I cant wait until I can work again! I will be going in style! lol.

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