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Patchwork Satchels


I just added a couple of Harris Tweed Patchwork Satchels to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. I created the flap using several different Harris Tweed checks and added a large button to finish them off. The adjustable strap is made from luxurious velvet. Inside you will find one zippered pocket, one slip pocket and a swivel key clip to keep your things organized. These satchels are one-of-a-kind items. 

I'm all out of Harris Tweed at the moment. I recently placed an order from my source in Scotland which I hope to receive soon.  For the next few weeks I'll be creating bags made from corduroy, heavyweight linen and canvas.  On that note, I'm off to the studio. See you soon!

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Loddelina said…
allytheiW-O-W...
I love the blue-honey-rust hues in your beautiful tweed patchwork, Elisa!
Loddelina said…
hehe, I just read my previous comment, looks like the word verification got stuck in front of it...

Enjoy your sewing time, I am still behind on my house cleaning so I can only glance at my pile of new sewing supplies and sigh... :)
Loddelina- ha! I thought it might have been some kind of secret code that I need to crack.
Isn't house cleaning such a pain. Hope you'll have some time soon to get back to making your pretty bags. And thanks again for that gorgeous keychain!
Anya said…
Happy New Year!!
We wish you a joyful life
full of healthy, happiness and pleasure :)

Hugs Love Anya

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