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Janice Rosema

Love the sink or swim bag! You really have a gift for this work and it sounds like you are willing to experiment, h-m-m-m, bead launchers? Interesting. Not sure I have your stamina. Anyway, it looks great. Janicerosema@hotmail.com

romy verdae geissler

THAT is a great, I mean AWESOME bag!
Way to go!
I saw your post in FFcrochet!
Hope there's more where that came from!

elizabeth

Sink or swim looks great. I love the textures of the differnt fibers you use it just enhances the subtle color differences!

Stacie

Awesome. It totally reminds me of the ocean with seaweed and stuff. The one yellow spot reminds me of the sun.

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Claudia - the bag is bee-ooo-ti-ful!!!

Ok, I used to sew and Pellon sounds familiar, but I don't remember what it is, and I'm a little confused about how you sewed the freeform pieces on - to the lining or to the Pellon? I have always had a hard time lining my bags and was wondering if there was an easy way to do it where the lining fit neatly inside the bag and the hand-sewing was invisible. In any event, I love the colors! Great job!

carolyn

GORGEOUS!

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