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A Trio in Pink


Here's a sneak peek of the latest batch of handbags from the Pesky Cat Designs studio. They're made from Harris Tweed wool in a vibrant pink weave with the addition of a gray weave. The purse on the left is adorned with a wool felt applique and a coconut button. A sweet gray and white tiny polka dot cotton print fabric was used to line the interior of these bags. They will be available in my shop today.


Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend ahead!

Comments

Leslie said…
Love the pink & grey wool combination. You have so many twists on texture and color in your line now, I am so impressed with your creativity and drive!
These are delicious! That make me happy just looking at them...brilliant! And they look so elegant, chic, modern, stylish...everything!
Yael said…
WOW Elisa - NOW spring has to come quick! What hot colors - marvelous!!!
Have a great weekend!
Loddelina said…
Beautiful bags, Elisa,
vibrant isn't even the strong enough word for that gorgeous pink!

Have a great weekend and some well deserved rest!
Annuk said…
LOVE your new handbags! Wonderful color and design!!!
Sandrine said…
Grey ands pink is a winner!Whata happy design :)
x
IKABAGS said…
Super happy bags for new season !

Happy weekend dear !
Esme said…
love the hot pink. Give Annie a kiss.
LOVE LOVE the hot pink! So bright and cheerful.

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