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My Creative Space

Thought I would give you a little glimpse into my creative space today. The purses above are in various stages of production. I usually work on several at once. The process starts with the cutting of the fabric and I always have so many ideas that I end up cutting many patterns in different fabrics and colors. After that I decide on the interior fabric and then the applique design if I plan to use one. At the moment my purses with the cherry blossoms seem to be the best sellers. I recently added an equestrian inspired applique for all the horse lovers out there. Since summer is on the way, seahorses will be making a splash very soon!

Comments

Leslie said…
Nice post - I LOVE the seahorse purse. Seahorses are my favorite, next to cats :-)
Kjersten said…
The seahorse purse is definitely one of my favorites. I LOVE IT!
IKABAGS said…
Very lovely and hot post Elisa (with red :)
Yes next cats !
StaroftheEast said…
Nice to see that you got inspired to start seahorses again, it looks fab, as all your bags!
IKABAGS said…
Hi again :)
Are ready for the big surprice

http://feyzadem.blogspot.com/2009/06/hi-elisa.html
Enjoy my friend !
just look
:))
Wow, I was very surprised Feyza! And honored! :)))

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