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Topic: Marsupial Tote Modification - will it work?  (Read 981 times)
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« on: March 18, 2005 09:28:21 AM »

My sister loved my tote, but wanted something a bit different and all in black. So this is what I'm thinking:

Making the base 10x60 (instead of 16x44) and then working in the round 10x30 about 10-12 inches high. I would use the right twists to make the shaping work. Binding off one of the 30st panels. Separating the other panels into a 30st by about 6 inch flap, and 2 10st straps worked in garter. I plan on using the ring method shown in candy stripers to secure the strap. I would add the snap and some other silver embellishments to spruce it up a bit. It would be felted of course.

Do these measurements, concepts sound ok? Basically I want a simple messenger bag/purse with a nice long strap so that she can handle it and her two year old without dropping anything/one.
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