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Pure Linen



I just added two new bags to the Pesky Cat Designs shop made from pure linen. This linen has a slightly slubby weave and is just gorgeous. It even smells heavenly! The purse above is adorned with two engraved wood buttons. I love the natural linen and wood combination. I still have a few yards of this fantastic textile in stock so more bags are on the way!


Comments

That's a gorgeous bag, Elisa, especially with the cut and perfect carved buttons!
Sandrine said…
Yes big Yay for the natural linen Elisa!Thanks for your comments too;)X
I just adore natural linen. Great job as usual. Can't wait to see what else you come out with in linen...maybe some messengers?!
Esme said…
Very pretty-I love linen.
Anya said…
Simple but beautiful
Linen is so great :)))
EvaForeva said…
I love linen. Who doesn't. And the color is just right!
abigail said…
plus linen is perfect for spring.
abigail said…
gorgeous fabric and incredible buttons! what a great bag!
Loving the linen look, this one definitely speaks to me and the buttons are lovely.

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