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In the next week I'll be adding aviary inspired bags, purses and wristlets to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. Right now in the studio there are several Harris Tweed bags in production. I'll also have more items available in the cool retro-look owl print cotton canvas. If there is something that you like that has recently sold just contact me via the shop. In most cases I can set up a custom order for you as long as I have the fabric in stock. Wishing you all a wonderful Sunday and week ahead!

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Mariel said…
Elisa ~

I think its high time you do a guest post for me :) You're too creative to give you a pass! I can't wait to see it...hint, hint...

Mariel
www.oneshetwoshe.com
Yael said…
A good week to you too Elisa!

I woke up early this morning to heavy rain!!! At least!!! Could it not come some days earlier to put out the fire???...
abigail said…
the owl print! I die.
Beautiful!

I am wishing I could go to the beach right now.

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