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September 12, 2010

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Sharon

I love it! It looks amazing, and I'd never in a hdeurnd million years guess (looking at the "after" picture) that it originated from a wool sweater! I.AM.SO.MAKING.THIS! Thank you SO much for sharing this! I am so excited, and where is a wool sweater around here?!

Kev

What a great idea, and the results are so sytlish! You don't need to apologize for reposting an old project... kudos to you for even posting at all while fighting the flu! I hope you win the battle soon :)

Jeanne Nielsen

Beautiful bag! I'm sure it takes longer than the 13 minutes you took to videotape it, but I'm going to try to whip one up this morning for my sister for her BD! Lovely bag. I'm sure the measurements for the fabric (i.e. muslin) are on the SU website or the fabric pkg? Otherwise, could you include tham? TFS!

Jackie Topa

I cut a piece of thick window sheet the size of the purse bottom and slid it in between the layers.

Darlene

Thanks Jackie...great video. One question what did you put on the bottom of your purse to keep it flat? It looks like there is something between the lining and the purse.

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