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April 13, 2011

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Kara

They are so cute!

Katie

Those are super adorable..I especially love the one in the upper left corner.
Zippers are always finicky. Here is a tutorial with good photos that I like; http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?p=87 It's a very similar method to what I learned wayyyy back in 4-H haha and it makes for a very neat (and somewhat hidden) zipper

Dawn

Sooo... the question is when do we get to see these in your etsy store? :-)

Dahlia

those are awesome Abi!!!

Marie

It's so important to expand one's field of interest. Good for you. Looks very professional concidering it's your first time.

Birdsong

Such a useful skill, putting in a zipper!

laura

so does this mean you made simmone's ballet bag?

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