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‘Tis the season of rhubarb. And strawberry. And blood orange. Praise be. Amen.

Vintage fringed, beaded black clutch bag (visit the up coming article) Native American warshirt regalia The bead work is tight and the leather soft and pliable. Finally, I decided to make a sead bead cluster for each eye and I think it has a nice effect! Remember that the needle will get bigger at the end, which will allow you to identify the eye of the needle more easily. Might accomplish two together more than one alone? I also second that the first one might be pretty simple to make yourself. Bring ends together. Tie into a bow over first knot. You’ll want to buy extra as they tend to break over time! I have 2 small Coach leather purses (not the ones with the logo screaming all over them), a Tumi purse that is the size of a small tote but very organized with numerous pockets, and a computer bag by Briggs and Riley. I think the hardest part is finding good, quality hardware for purses. Go to a leather supply place for d-rings and other hardware. The craft stores only have crappy thin ones, and the hardware stores only have gross-looking zinc-plated ones, if they have them at all. If a coconut does break, let the kids try it — I’ll bet not many have tried fresh coconut!

I find it easier than sewing clothes and I say you should try it. So I say go for it. I have made bags and I have thought of making leather bags recently (starting with thrifted jackets) and if anyone was going to do it I would say you would be and go for it if you are into it. I say go for making your own bag, it’s just as rewarding when someone compliments a bag you have made as when they comment on an article of clothing! I would like to make this a regular feature of this newsletter, if you are able to contribute or would like to comment on the contribution below, please email me. There are some great patterns out there, you can coordinate bags to outfits, make a small clutch or a giant tote to suit what you need for different occasions. To dry the space out you need to allow air from outside into the cabin, and then heat it.

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You will need two wallpaper circles and two wallpaper strips for each basket. Anything jungle-y will work for this decor: palm trees, parrots, stuffed monkeys. Have your little monkeys then create their own monkey by using the traced hands to make the monkey’s hands and feet! I stitched seed beads (clear with a blue core) onto the front, embroidered a pattern on the underside, and then blanket-stitched them together. A vibrant scarf or shawl pattern inspired by patches of lustrous saturated color in the paintings of German artist August Macke. I thought that I could make a cute heart pendant out of the wire of this color. I can’t enough of the color green right now – digging this bright lime shade with slightly yellow undertones. She shakes her head and mumbles to herself: “This has taken long enough… This was not the best of ideas I could have had.” She shifts towards the door – the one not looking out on the large green doors. You will be helped and serviced the best way possible!

Don your best pirate costume, and enjoy grub and games galore inside the ghost ship. I’m basing this one off of my beloved Tokidoki handbag I already carry every day, but making it a bit larger. Even though they’re a bit quirky, they seamlessly go with any outfit-whether it’s a basic tee and jeans or a party dress on a night out. This purse design (Basic Drawstring Pouch Pattern) works in that way. Just follow the pattern et voila! Draft a quick pattern and just give ‘er. I used to have lots and lots of cheap bags but now I have 2 quality bags that I love and use all the time. I wear these all fall and winter long – I love the new plain white and black styles. I do like the little velvet jacket (how chic for a winter ball!) but I wish they’d included a picture of the spaghetti-strapped dress without it. So make a party planning date with your little monsters. Since I make just about all of my clothes, handbags and shoes are my little splurge. There’s no way I could afford designer handbags, but I generally carry good-quality real-leather handbags that cost between £50 and £150 (although since I always buy them on sale, I never pay that much for them).

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