Twist Locks??? Oh my goodness, I might just be in love!
Oooh, me too - fun!
Gorgeous bags. I've got a few of those gorgeous shiny sliders. They totally transform a bag. I have a couple of twist locks but I've yet to brave them. Maybe I'll wait for your tutorial before having a go.
Liking the twist locks, and the cap sleeves
Oooh....I think I need those twist locks! Maybe another version of the Baguette is required.
Because we ALWAYS need new bags! I like the use of twist locks too, makes a nice change from those magnetic fasteners. :-)
Ooohhhh... I love the twist locks. :)
Fabulous bags, and I can't wait to see your tutorial on the twist locks! Yes, you can never have enough bags!
I look forward to finding out more about the twist locks. Hardware do so maketh the home made bag look professional.
Oh yes, bag shortage round yours.That orange one on the right is rather nice.I think you have the knitting thing cracked. Next up after Olearia...try a Citron shawlette - very similar principle with incs and the decs for ruffles. It'll make fabulously swishy gifts!Cheers,AJ
There is always room for more bags, especially beautiful ones!
I adore the feature fabric you've used for the large tote!
I'm Olearia-ing for the eldest and have also decided to cap the cap-sleeved production at seven per girl kid. Extreme maybe, but such a good inbetween crafty therapeutic hit.Although with those twist lock whatsits you might convert me back to the sewing machine...
You can NEVER have too many bags Nikki! the twist locks look really great but a little frightening....
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