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Custom Order Purses


I am thinking about introducing a custom order listing that will be available in my Etsy shop sometime in the near future. I recently purchased a large stock of the most wonderful cotton-blend upholstery fabric in a linen-look weave, see purse posted above, in a variety of great colors. The custom listing would allow my customer to select this fabric in the color of their choice and select an interior print fabric. Included in the listing would be a list of applique designs you can choose from. So basically my customer will be able to create their own purse! 

In the past I was not able to take on too many custom orders as I always purchased my fabric in small quantities and often ran out of something a potential customer would request. I'm hoping that by offering a custom listing, my shop will appeal to a larger audience. I'm pretty excited about this. Now all I have to do is wait for my shipment of fabric to arrive. If you have any suggestions or ideas I would be very happy to hear about them!

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