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Thursday's Purses

In the next hour or so I'll be adding a small batch of new purses to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. The purse posted above is made from Harris Tweed wool, my favorite textile at the moment. Yesterday I sold the last purse in the shop made from the brown/mustard plaid and only have a small amount of fabric left over in the red/green and blue/green plaid. When I ordered my fabric from Scotland I was not sure if my customers would be interested in this cloth. Well, it has turned out to be one of my best sellers this season. I would have ordered more yardage if I knew ahead of time. But I guess that's the nature of the business. You never know what will be popular until you put it to the test!

Comments

Laura Trevey said…
LOVE the plaid!!

xoxo
Loddelina said…
Tweed is timeless, I'm sure your yummy plaid bags will be a bestseller for many winters to come!
Jenni Renee said…
I love the plaid too! It is amazing!!!!
Leslie Doughty said…
That is so true. You don't ever really know what will sell best until it's tested. This is a really cute bag and I'm glad it's selling so well!
Anya said…
Very special colors today
so CUTE :-)

((HUGS))
from Kareltje =^.^=
alissa said…
im glad the fabric has gone over so well! its beautiful
Megara said…
wow your purses are very cute! i'm going to go check out your etsy shop :)
xo meg
Thea said…
HI Elisa,
Your bag designs are getting better and better. We will have to do a product swap soon :)
Have a Happy Christmas and a Wonderful New Year too! x
Esme said…
I think that Annie and my kitties could easily be related with their markings. I have the most adorable photos of him in a red plastic bag-but I am always cautious not to leave plastic bags around.

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