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Semi-Circles and More


I'll be adding a few Harris Tweed purses to the Pesky Cat Designs shop in the next hour or so. I've got two Semi-Circle Purses and one Wayfarer Purse to list. Later today I'll be cutting and preparing fabric for new bags. And of course I will take some time off to relax and enjoy this beautiful day here in St. Augustine, Florida. Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend. Enjoy!

Comments

Sandrine said…
The fabric inside the purse is also great!Very well deserved weekend Elisa!enjoy your break from the sewing machine, have fun :)xx
PS: I am glad you enjoyed the night pics :)
Thea said…
I love the harris tweed. Will have to consider getting one of your bags once it's winter again here. Did you read my previous comment re: featuring you as Friday Follower? PS. Zoe the dog is a girl. x
So pretty as always, I really love the lining fabric one this one too.
Cat said…
Love the tweed and love the birdies :) Cat

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