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1  sexy sporty on the outside, but oh! just sexy on the inside in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by kabochan on: May 15, 2006 12:30:16 AM
i was all excited about this bag until i showed it to my grandma saying, "look! i made this!" and she responded with her nice grandmotherly-cover-up voice saying, "oh i thought so...".  yeah... now i'm not sure if i have decided if it is cute and random or hideously ugly.  there is a lot more stich detailing on the straps and such with contrasting thread.  

anyway, i had a very good time making it and using up some fabric scraps - OH! and the recon part of it.  the red puma fabric is from a tshirt and the satin on the insides is from a belly dancing costume i had lying around...

i was thinking about a tutorial but it is just a regular hobo bag with stuff sewn and painted on, so it isn't that difficult.  if you have any questions let me know.  you'll probably get a fast response because it's my first post (ive procrastinated for long enough) and i'll probably be checking back all the time. Cheesy

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inside (my friend made the comment about this being the hidden sexy part of the bag - hence the title of the post)


"hi i'm jill! i'm sexy! and i made this bag!" (another quote from that friend...sarah you make me chuckle!)

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