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Harris Tweed Patchwork Collection



One-of-a-kind Harris Tweed patchwork bags made with a variety of check, barleycorn and solid weaves are now available in the shop.



 A Harris Tweed Satchel in burnt orange...


...and one in a deep ocean blue with a unique patchwork flap.


 
Nine different Harris Tweed weaves were used to create this patchwork foldover clutch.




The studio earlier last week.



Anni taking a rest.

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Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!




Comments

Annie Bear said…
Beautiful! Oh my goodness! I just love these. The make me think of fall.

Annie sends purrs to Anni. :)
These are all so beautiful for fall. The spot of orange sets them off! I have a chair like the one Annie is laying on.

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New Harris Tweed Patchwork

Just added a couple of one-of-a-kind Harris Tweed patchwork bags to the Pesky Cat Designs shop. It will be the perfect bag to pair up with your favorite fall or winter coat and add a pop of color to your day.
To create the flap I cut out squares of Harris Tweed wool and interface each piece. Then I play around arranging the different colors and patterns. That's the most fun part. When I am satisfied with the result I begin to sew them together. And that is how the patchwork flap evolves.
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend ahead. Enjoy!

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Had to say goodbye to my sweet Anni this past Tuesday. She had been sick for several weeks and after my Vet confirmed that she would not get better only worse, I decided I could not let her suffer. So at around 2 pm she traveled to the rainbow bridge. She had been my buddy for more than 15 years. 

NYC 2007
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. 

Florida 2014

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