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Sneak Preview: The Woodland Collection

Here's a little sneak preview of the new Woodland Collection of Harris Tweed wristlets that will be available at the Pesky Cat Designs shop soon. The appliques were handcut from a free hand drawing so no two are exactly alike. Each wristlet is fully lined with a floral cotton print fabric and has one interior slip pocket large enough for credit cards or cash. The strap is lined with the same fabric as the interior so it's soft against your wrist. These wristlets will be available in corduroy as well. They are the perfect size to store all your essentials so you can leave your purse behind!


Sandrine said…
I love the pic, they are very nice.I like when two are not really the same that just add a little more charm to me, just like all of us :)...x
Yael said…
They are very pretty Elisa, and so practical!
Love them all !


Loddelina said…
Gorgeous, Elisa,
that first one with rusty orange bird applique really stands out!
These are adorable, Elisa!
Naturally Carol said…
How beautiful and practical!
Esme said…
I quite like these they are perfect for fall. How fun having a father that was a pastry chef-you must be quite spoilt in your palette for desserts. I know what you mean about the fake whip cream-I detest baked goods made with cheap ingredients. You can tell right away-there is no hiding it.

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