GINGER'S BOOK: Time to Make


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November 29, 2009


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I say write that tute...even if it's just for me...I have the polyester waiting to be transformed...oh, and that purse you made yourself...lurve it!!


The topstitching looks esp. crisp -- b/c of the polyester? I like how your purse looks piped with that topstitching around the body.


sssssssssssssssssank you. I used an old army bag that I've been carrying for a while as a basic pattern, and it was easier than spreading margarine. (Oh--you know the bag . . it's from here:


Actually, the topstitching does look more defined with the polyester because along with MANY other appealing assets of polyester is its likeness to that old boyfriend we all had in high school who always did what we said. It is quite agreeable to suggestion.


I'm kind of surprised an actual polyester poem hasn't turned up yet. It's the suggestible boyfriend analogy that made me realize said poem's absence.


Way too cute! You know it's a winner, winner, chicken dinner when I hear myself saying "I want one," as I read. Congratulations!


I don't know what it is, but you know how polyester is kind of, well, lurid? It is particularly lurid in Australian thrift shops...every bit I find is Bleeding Heart Red combined swimmingly with Bright Brady Navy Blue! If I make a purse out of that I will actually blind people where ever I go. Could be a good thing.

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