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August 09, 2006

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Kayrn

I love that bag! I am so in love with all the Amy Butler fabrics, but unfortunately, living in Canada, it is not available for purchase anywhere. I have two yards ordered from Ebay and I'm excitedly waiting for it to arrive.
Great bag!

Karyn

Can you help me out? I have a question about i think it's technically referred to as interlining, the layer of canvas that you put in your bags to make them sturdier. Do you put that in all your bags? I haven't used it before and it seems that as of late, the patterns I'm looking at all call for "interlining". Do you always use canvas? I'm sorry to be a pest, but you've mentioned it in several of your entries.
Thanks a bunch!

Karyn

Can you help me out? I have a question about i think it's technically referred to as interlining, the layer of canvas that you put in your bags to make them sturdier. Do you put that in all your bags? I haven't used it before and it seems that as of late, the patterns I'm looking at all call for "interlining". Do you always use canvas? I'm sorry to be a pest, but you've mentioned it in several of your entries.
Thanks a bunch!

linda

I clicked on the bag to make it bigger, then I could see the eyelet - such a sweet fabric combination. I really like that print, but haven't had an excuse to buy it yet. Handle issues are the worst - especially having to seam rip for so long in 4 SEPARATE places - yes it always happens to me late at night as well...we must really love making bags (or in your case, love your daughter.)

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