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The Harris Tweed Update


 

The Harris Tweed Wristlet with a Bird on a Branch Applique

I just added seven new Harris Tweed bags to The Pesky Cat Designs shop. Wayfarer Purses and lots of wristlets. Come peruse them all here!



The Harris Tweed Wristlet in a Brown Barleycorn with a Flower Applique


The Holiday Boot Camp Challenge Coutdown: 38 more items left to create by December 1st. See this post for the scoop!

Comments

Sandrine said…
Your shop is looking beautiful Elisa. You are really taking THE challenge with energy!
Bon weekend xx
Yael said…
Oh yes! Beautiful and very wintery!
I can see the snow and feel the cold!
Loddelina said…
These wristlets really came out great - lovely floral prints inside make them so cheerful!

You are way ahead, I better step on my sewing machine peddal!
Absolutely beautiful!!

BTW- thank you for talking about your challenge. I have challenged myself to do the same. =)

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