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May 31, 2008


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Thank you very much for such a wonderful and thorough tutorial. I have made a very similar bag before but step 1 and 2 are brand-new techniques for me! I totally understand how difficult it is to do the bamboo handle part. But your bag is so professionally done and looks wonderful. It has really made me want to make these bags!!


Great tutorial! I've never managed to sit down and figure this out and now I don't have to :)


really clear instructions. well done. This is now on my to do list ;-)


Thanks Kyoko, Jo and Oge. Good luck with your bags. I have a thought that I might make a "girl-y winter-y" bag, too: I have a remnant of brown tweed and I thought this would look pretty with some brown velvet ribbon. ;o)


thanks alot for that - the most straight-forward and simply-explained example of how to do the circular handles! very handy pics - it's so much easier to understand with images. will have to work on my patience - have 8 circular handles on order.


A really great article with great instructions, you make it sound so easy, thank you

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