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Sneak Preview: A Convertible Hip Pouch


A new design is coming to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. It's a generously sized hip bag with an adjustable and detachable strap/belt. It can be worn around your waist, on your shoulder or detach the strap and use it as a clutch. It has a zippered closure to keep your valuables safe and one small interior slip pocket. The adjustable strap/belt fits most waist sizes but a custom size can be requested. A couple of hip bags will be available in the shop this Sunday with more colors and fabric selections coming next week. 

Wishing everyone here in the states a Happy 4th of July and everyone a wonderful weekend!

Comments

Dia said…
Thank You, and a nice 4th of July to you as well! Good idea for your new bag.
Take care*
Sandrine said…
What a brilliant idea you had Elisa!Have a great 4th of July :)
Sandrine xx
What a fantastic idea!! So pretty!
It's a beautiful size--your new convertible bag--Elisa! It is artful and practical, too.
How nice... Well done...
~Avalon

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When I first started sewing she would often sit right next to the sewing machine occasionally swatting at the lose thread at the end of my fabric. My partner walked by one day and said " Are you being a pesky little cat Anni?" That stayed in my mind so when it was time to name the shop, "Pesky Cat Designs" seemed perfect. She was actually far from pesky, with such a sweet and gentle demeanor. 

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I will never forget my little sweetie. She will be in my heart forever.