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Topic: Another Fraggle, a muppet and some totes.  (Read 1266 times)
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« on: August 23, 2008 07:45:51 PM »

I made a Gobo bag, he didn't come out as great as Boober in my last post, he wa made of a different material and it was harder to sew in the zipper, I couldn't really hide it. His shirt gets in the way too but I didn't want to cut it. He has lining matching his strap.

Zipper and lining, you have to lift the shirt up to get to it.

Animal, these are the only pics I have of this bag, I didn't get a great view of his front. You also have to lift up his shirt to get inside. He has hot pink lining.

This is a plain tote bag I made from a pair of my step sisters old jeans. I made a bow for it too.

This is the inside, made with material for an old skirt I made (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=150646.msg1493214#msg1493214)

And I made an army tote-ish bag gith a gathered top it was out of a super cool army jacket. I wanted to make use of the huge pockets.

This one has a thicker strap

They both have the same flowery lining. I feel like it gives it a War and Peace look Smiley Though you can't really see the fabric well.

As always, thanks for looking!
« Last Edit: August 23, 2008 07:46:32 PM by mouseatethekitty » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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