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New in the Shop



Five new bags made from Harris Tweed wool in shades of blue have been added to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. There's a selection in a weave of gray, blue and light brown, a heathered blue and a deep ocean blue. 


They are all fully lined in pretty cotton floral print fabrics. 


Earlier today I pedaled along the beach and watched birds enjoying the sea. Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!

Comments

I just love these stone colors for your fall collection! Beautiful!
Dawn- Thank you! The stone color is one of my favorites. It's a weave of gray, blue and a light brown tones. The weaver must have tossed in the sea and bits of the earth when he/she created this cloth!
Kristin said…
What a lovely beach you live by!
Annuk said…
Congratulations on your new creations! They are so beautiful and will certainly be a hit!!!
The colors are wonderful!

PS: you lucky girl, you must be surrounded by beauty! :)

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