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A Couple of Messengers

I just added a couple of messenger bags to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. The one shown above is made from a home decor fabric in pure linen that I picked up at Gray Line Linen located in the Garment District, NYC. They have a huge selection of linen in all types of weights, textures and colors. I'll be adding more bags created from this lovely textile to my shop next week!

Comments

I'd love to live near such a place where you can source all those wonderful fabrics! Beautiful new design!
There's really a store that just sells linen?! Wow! And those two bags are just...perfection!
So pretty!!

How cool that you live near so many cool fabric shops. =D
Loddelina said…
These new flower appliques of yours really make a statement!

Have a wonderful Easter weekend!
Anya said…
Lovely bag
I love bleu colors
(my favorite :)))))))))

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