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1  Re: Victorian Clutch in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Discussion and Questions by crackpony on: November 25, 2005 07:02:06 PM
I love the victorian style, too! Here's a quick sketch:

It uses a metal clasp that emphasizes a 'seahsell' shape, a pearlescent silk fabric with a pink/blue/gold sheen, and has a cameo brooch pinned to the front with swags of pearls and faceted crystals, as well as a matching fringe for the bottom.
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2  bias-knit 'pac man' bag in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by crackpony on: November 22, 2005 09:37:45 AM
I found this last night and I'm wondering how to approach the bias-knit panel that makes the front of the bag. Any ideas how they managed to join the triangles together?
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3  Re: m-o-d-e-s-t pleeasseee.... in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by crackpony on: September 19, 2005 04:53:54 PM
this is my first time posting a picture *crosses fingers for luck*:

Maybe 40's or 50's glam? it's floor length with a boat/cowl neck, fishtail skirt, elbow length gloves, a simple pearl bracelet, and envelope-style clutch, all in navy blue taffeta. Another idea for a modest prom dress would be to take a cue from Audrey Hepburn - remember that black velvet dress she wore from Breakfast at Tiffany's?
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