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The Zippered Clutch


I just added six new clutches to the Pesky Cat Designs shop! It was a clutch factory here at the studio for the past two days. These are generously sized at 8.5" wide, 5.5" tall and 1.5" deep. Plenty of room for a small wallet, glasses, keys, cell phone and a lipstick or two. I use mine all the time. I still have more completed that need to be photographed later this week. Hope everyone is having a good weekend. Enjoy!

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IKABAGS said…
Beautiful again and again :)

I will be waiting new photos !

Have a wonderful weekend you too
Cheers
Feyza
Loddelina said…
Whoa, factory girl!
Amazing work, the pouches look so great all lined up - impossible to choose which one I like best!

Thank you for taking time to comment on my blog,
I'm honoured that you consider me your friend!
Now I better run and warm up my sewing machine to catch up with you!
Yael said…
They are very lovely Elisa!!!
What gorgeous colors!
Have a nice Sunday!
Sandrine said…
The colours are just beautiful, what a pretty photo. I see you are really taking the great challenge really well!Well done ;0 xx
...and beautifully done--I love the colors, the size is perfect, and they are simply gorgeous!
Mitsy / ArtMind said…
These purses are delightful, Elisa! Love all the colors! :)
These are so lovely, gorgeous colours as always.
Esme said…
Very beautiful-I love these clutches.

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