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1  various handbags, all recycled fabric (image heavy) in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Eatcore on: September 06, 2005 04:33:31 PM
this one is from someone's craftster pattern, but i can't remember whose.  hang on...laurasaurus' clutch tute.  



yellow silk and green and yellow houndstooth fabric, plus little girl's belt for straps.

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made from an old pillowcase, in need of decoration

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shameless boyfriend website promotion

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2  accidentally marsupial in Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller by Eatcore on: May 25, 2005 05:20:04 PM
I FINALLY finished my Accidentally On Purpose, after many months of tiny stitches and false starts.  And a couple mess ups.  You'll probably notice some irregular ladders.  I think it makes it look more punk.
I am happy how it turned out.

However, it is very big.  It goes about a third of the way down my thighs.  I made the front half in size medium, because, well, that's what the book said my size was.  When it was done, it was obvious that it was way too big, so I made the back half for the small size.  But it's still a little big for me and very long.  I've done this before with StnB patterns, usually because I never use the yarn they call for.  But this time I checked my gauge and everything, since I was using recycled yarn.  I do not have a 30" bust, which is what the small size says!
I'm going to be doing the Lucky clover lace wrap eventually and I don't know if I should just go ahead and make the small (32" bust) or the 36" bust one, since that's closer to my size.  The Lucky is going to be a lot of work and I want it to fit.  Any advice?
Okay, I'm done ranting/whining.

Here is the Marsupial tote I made last summer.
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