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Autumn Has Arrived

Autumn has officially arrived here in northern Florida and so have some new fall-inspired bags. Even though I'm still wearing sandals and T-shirts, in the next couple of months it will get cooler. Last winter the fountain downtown grew some icicles so it can get pretty chilly. 


Just in time for autumn celebrations, I've added four new cross body bags to the Pesky Cat Designs shop!


And last but not least, my new tower of happiness. It holds 66 large spools and has made my life in the studio so much more pleasant. No more digging through my storage box to find the right thread!

Comments

Anya said…
Its her also autumn
its a beautiful time
:-)

We are happy to be back
and i LOVE your bags
they looks really autumn-bags ;)

HUgs
and have a Happy Weekend
Kareltje =^.^= Betsie >^.^<
StaroftheEast said…
Wonderful bags!
Looove your thread Tower!
Annie Bear said…
Your handbags are lovely! I really like them.

Anni sure is cute. How nice that she was on the streets and now lives in luxury. I'm so glad!
EvaForeva said…
Yey! Birdies on handmade bags - what can be better?
Sandrine said…
Love your new range I have a weakness for the grey :) And I am totally in need of the similar tower did you make it?xx

PS: Thanks for the comment I might just still be on holiday in the corner of my mind somewhere ....good idea!:)
rebecca said…
these are so adorable!!
Thank you all for stopping by and leaving a comment!

Sandrine- I purchased the 66 large-cone-thread rack on Amazon.com.
The pegs are long and staggered so they hold the Gutterman 1,100 yard spools well. And a bonus, if you have smaller spools each peg can hold two!
I always love seeing the lining of your lovely bags!
Those are beautiful!

Autumn blew in here today.

LOVE your new thread tower! I was soooo excited when I reorganized my clay so it was easier to find. It makes the world of difference when you are not digging.
Loddelina said…
Oh, I love your tower of happiness, I wonder how long before Anni discovers how much fun it is to play with the spools :)

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