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« Reply #10 on: September 24, 2004 01:23:38 PM »

bagheraa- great bag. Never seen the cartoon (too young Huh) donno. but awesome stuff anyways!
Scully153- do you still live in Israel? I used to 4 years ago.

yeah, i still do.. Been here all my life (and I am most likely staying) where are you originaly from?

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« Reply #11 on: October 26, 2006 09:15:02 PM »

They used to show that in Australia too, it was one of the best short format cartoos IMO. I'm going to do a stencil of La Linea for a friend so thought I'd see if anyone else on here had had the same idea.

The bag is great & the colour works really well, very remniscent of the show. I almost expect it to mutter in italian.

« Reply #12 on: October 26, 2006 10:28:24 PM »

According to my dictionary, those flowers are called Indian cress or climbing nasturtium (in Norwegian: blomkarse - not very similar, is it?, and I don't think they are climbing either) They can actually be used in salads, mostly for decoration but it's also possible to eat them. They are a bit 'done' in the picture really.

They are called nasturtium in the States, too...they grow wild in the San Francisco area, though usually just the orange and yellow variety. I love them.

Cute bag! I have a vague memory of seeing that cartoon at some point in my life, but don't remember when. But that doesn't matter, cause the bag is great, even without recognizing the character! And very nicely made, too!

Do you need a cute purse to go with that outfit?
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« Reply #13 on: October 27, 2006 07:19:27 AM »

I think there was a similar character in a commercial on TV here in the US. 

I love the bag and you did a great job with the outline of the character. 

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« Reply #14 on: October 27, 2006 07:27:06 AM »

Wow, I can't believe this thread is coming back up Smiley Thank you so much to all three of you!

I haven't been much to Craftster during the last year, really, but yesterday we finally got internet in our apartment...so I will try and get back to posting my stuff here. I have missed you, guys!!

This bag is actually still one of my favourites, and I use it a lot. I think I just hit the right spot with it, sizewise. It was funny when I started school in Copenhagen, all the Swedes and Danes recognised him.
When I reread this thread, I realised that I had almost promised my sister this bag, which I didn't remember at all  Undecided heh...guess I'll have to think about making a new one, then!


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