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« Reply #10 on: May 08, 2006 01:28:20 PM »

Do you know roughly how much fabric you had to use? and what are the purse's dimensions?
i probably used about a yard but that is bc it took me a little while to figure out what size strip to use and such but you could probably do it with about that much bc denim will rip much easier than the stuff that i used did rough deminsions would be about 14'' by 8'' i think those sound about right yea i think so let me know if you make one i wanna see what it looks like oh and i thik that the strips that i ripped were about an inch think some were bigger and some were smaller but yea cool

that is adorable... it almost looks as if its a bunch of little ruffles... and i LOVE the button!

thanks i know i love the way that it turned out like that and i have been waiting for a project for a while now that that button looks good on and i was so excited when this one work

« Reply #11 on: May 09, 2006 12:46:31 AM »

I LOVE it!
How did you tear up the fabric? Did you leave it as one long, kinked strip, or did you cut in strips and then tie them together? Thanks.
« Reply #12 on: May 09, 2006 07:24:12 PM »

To rip it i would just cut the strip at the top of the fabric when it was on the floor and then i would just rip it all the way down sometime you have to like hold the larger side of the fabric down. hmm i think that i am confusing tell me if that made sense if it didnt i will try to explain again
 i tryed at the begining to leave it as one strip but i didnt like the way that it looked and i was really scared that it was going to rip all the way through so i knotted it and just push all the knots so that they are on the inside and you cant really tell unless you are looking for them

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