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Feathers and More



Just added a batch of new bags to the shop



The feather is a new applique design I created this week. I'm really pleased with the result.



I also drafted a new bag design, a hobo style bag, that looks great slung over the shoulder or worn cross body. The above is made from faux suede and adorned with a southwestern style woven trim.




This new batch of bags are all made from faux suede which is my favorite textile of the moment. I just ordered some more swatches of colors and can't wait to peruse them. 


If you've been wondering what Anni is up to, this is pretty much what she did all day.

Comments

Yael said…
Elisa, I like that new design very much!!!! :-)
Sweet Anni!!
Have a lovely weekend! :-)
Love LOVE your new bags...also a new form? They are so in keeping with the time, yet timeless...
Sandrine said…
Such a beautiful new addition to your designs Elisa!I also love your blog new look and how Anni helps with all the work :) lol !!!xx
PS: Thanks again for your Birthday wishes and Washi tape is Japanese deco tape just really pretty for decorating anything!:)
Esme said…
Annie looks so comfortable-thank you so much for your comment asking for us to come and play-I was sad that morning and you put a smile on my face.

xoxo E. and the kitties
You've been busy! That first bag is crazy gorgeous!

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