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An Update from the Pesky Cat Designs Studio

Isaac Singer Statue, Garment District, 7th Ave., Manhattan, New York


The Wayfarer Purse In Faux Leather by Pesky Cat Designs

It's been a bit slow at the Pesky Cat Designs studio recently. My vacation to Florida and some new projects that I am involved in took me away from the studio for a while. Things are moving ahead now as I have quite a few bags in production and lots of new design ideas in the works. Newly listed in the shop is the Wayfarer Purse in Faux Leather with a Bird Applique posted above. 
This week I must replenish my faux leather stock which is down to just a few yards. One of my favorite parts of the creative process is perusing the seemingly never ending aisles of fabric available in the shops of the Garment District in New York City.  If I ever move away from here I will most definitely miss the luxury of having such a huge selection of fabric available to me within walking distance of my home!

Comments

Kjersten said…
I love that sewing machine statue!
IKABAGS said…
Really very beautiful machine with handsome boy :)
Thaks Elisa
Feyza
Mitsy / ArtMind said…
That statue is great and so is your bag! :)

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